LOL! G'luck with that Mr. M.A.P.!
Wow...is that what you make for any guests who come over for dinner? I must know what Spurgeon thinks of Kindles.
What...no Rice a Roni? I thought a King James Kindle was one of Spurgeons favorite cigars.
If the Masked Arminian Pastor had Spurgeon over for dinner, Spurgeon would have him for lunch. : )
Believe it or not, The Masked Arminian Pastor invited me over for dinner once. While he was in the kitchen, boiling some Ramen (he gave me the choice of chicken or shrimp flavor), I had a peek at his Kindle *A.A.A.V. Bible *(Arminian Annotated Authorized Version), which he had conveniently placed on my lap.Looking at John 3, I was not surprised to find that verse 8 was printed in "strike-through". I was, however, a bit taken aback by the note next to the famous John 3:16. It said, in bold print, "Do not cross reference to Chap. 6 vs. 37, 44. Those verses have nothing to do with salvation." After that, I couldn't resist going to Romans 9. The heading reads, "The theology in this chapter is for a completely different DISPENSATION, and has nothing to do with the New Testament Church. Romans 9 isn't even about salvation." So, there you have it. The Ramen was tasty. (I chose the SHRIMP FLAVORINGCraigB
Very good, Craig.I'd be surprised if there was anything left in John 3 except verse 16. And you have to include the classic Arminian (or Semi-Pelagian?) paraphrase of the verse:"For God loved everyone in the whole wide world sooooo much that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever wills to believe in Him will not perish but have everlasting life."