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My questions in response to this statement would be:
1. Was the cross of Jesus Christ insufficient for this purpose then?
2. Why would God find it necessary to unconditionally condemn the vast majority of humanity to display these attributes, as opposed to a minority? Is His hatred of sin displayed more effectively by damning 1 million or 2 million?
I could go on and on but I no longer see the point. For the Arminian view has truly won out in the arena of ideas. I have come to realize that 1) True Calvinist are rare and hard to find within Christendom and 2) they have become the theological Amish of the protestant world-fun to look at but never really seriously considered by the thinking world of the protestant faith.
We can resist God's Will! Why would any sober person believe that God's grace can be separated into two categories; Saving Grace and Enabling Grace? Where did this come from? Why would God's grace be irresistible to a lost person and yet a Saved Child of God can resist God's grace and still perform sin?
Perfect case study: Felix resisted God's grace. He trembled and said "when I have a convenient season, I will call for thee." Honestly, do you think he suddenly had a fever? Of course not, he was under conviction and resisted!!
It was good to see what one of the most pre-eminent Calvinists say, but it none the less convinced me of its' grave error!!