Do you think it would wake up the children if I turned up this Piper sermon?
In order to adhere to the "Word of Wisdom" by abstaining from "hot drinks," Sister Mary Smith of the Bountiful 11th Ward served cold Coca-Colas for the Stake's New Year's Eve party.
.....drink the Arminian kool-aid....I don't think so! And yet, my being here tonight is no accident. Now it is clear to me why I left that case of books by A.W. Pink "The Sovereignty of God" in the trunk of my car. Party favors all around!
Dan enjoyed watching the guests' reactions as they discovered that the fake ice cubes had little Tulips embedded in them.
My dear, I think the party is starting to get dull. Why don't we start a game of Calvinopoly?
Which version of Calvinopoly?The Antimonian version has no rules.The Free Will Baptists version comes with a basin and a towel and a money back guarantee if you commit apostasy.The Messianic Jewish version also comes with the Alfred Edersheim expansion pack that explains the "Life and Times" of each author on the board.
@SamwiseBabs and Wendell use the 1611 Geneva version of Calvinopoly.
An argument broke out among the revelers as Mary and Matthew insisted on the 1575 version since it was the one used William Shakespeare, Oliver Cromwell, John Milton, John Knox, John Donne, and John Bunyan!