Just browsing through some google searches on audio lectures by certain syngergist philosophers and the search results brought up several Arminian pages. Everyone was framed on “why I am not a Calvinist.” Fair enough, I suppose, and I have my own problems with high Calvinism, but if I were wanting to leave Calvinism, I would leave it. I wouldn’t keep bringing it up. Kind of like Atheists with God and Vegans with everything.
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