Would you marry a Calvinist?

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morefaithrequired

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Im not sure I would. Im not even sure what one is. is it someone who follows Calvin Klein? But that would be a Calvin Kleinist.
Look if they were moral, I might consider. Morality is important to me.
 

oyster67

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Definitey not. Calvinist Kleinist wear out their pants too fast.
 

oyster67

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Calvinists are usually the ones blamed for introducing Eternal Security doctrine and Once-Saved-Always-Saved (OSAS) Belief.
 

oyster67

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She is hunting down Catholics and Budhists.
 

Locoponydirtman

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Limited atonement and irresistible grace are not deal breakers, where idolatry is. So I can see being married to a Calvinists where I can't a Buddhist or Catholic.
My biggest sticking point for a Calvinists is sacramentarianism, which is also something that can be over come. I take the Lord's supper with Baptists regularly, even though they are also sacramentarian.
 
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Im not sure I would. Im not even sure what one is. is it someone who follows Calvin Klein? But that would be a Calvin Kleinist.
Look if they were moral, I might consider. Morality is important to me.
Now days seeing the word marriage has been destroyed, taking away the integrity of the spiritual . Calvin can marry Calvin.
 

John146

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Im not sure I would. Im not even sure what one is. is it someone who follows Calvin Klein? But that would be a Calvin Kleinist.
Look if they were moral, I might consider. Morality is important to me.
It wouldn’t be my choice, God elected the marriage. Who am I to argue with God?
 

Desdichado

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I'd only marry somebody who is at a minimum sympathetic to Calvinist doctrine. The rest of y'all are proud heathens.
 

tourist

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I'd only marry somebody who is at a minimum sympathetic to Calvinist doctrine. The rest of y'all are proud heathens.
Someone said that I was a pagan today. Is that a step up or a step down from being a heathen?
 

oyster67

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Why are you so obsessed with the idea of oil and water being married? You have started several thread along these lines (probably for entertainment).
I think that we should all marry MFR and get it over with. Merry Christmas MFR:love:!