Not trying to take a shot at my Calvinist sisters and brothers, but here’s a real question: how can God call us to do something he can’t? We are to love *everyone* like Jesus loved us (1 John 3:16) and forgive everyone as God in Christ forgave us (Ephesians 4:32). Yet, in Calvinism, God doesn’t…
I’m personally a Zen Buddhist, but if I where a Christian I’d be a Calvinist. In fact Zen Buddhism is similar to Calvinism. In sence like Calvinists we hold onto our guit, and have gloomy view of human nature. Calvinsm believes that humanity is flawed, but the idea of universal salvation was alien to Christian teachings throughout history. Even in the Catholic tradition.