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Now you are talking. That is a great statement, in my view.

Joe Edge

I agree. How can you argue with this?

Scott Shaver

Joe, Louis:

Like you I can fully agree with this rationale from Broaddus.

I can imagine,however,that there would be some from the TULIP persuasion who would prefer that Broaddus had said "but the eternity of infants he has reserved in his own hand" rather than "the salvation of infants he has reserved in his own hand."

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