Dear, is that postmillennialism still giving you headaches?
Millie McDurgen tries to understand the doctrines of grace as she asks her husband, Frank, once again to explain them to her. "Supralapsarian? That's a new one, Frank. I still don't get how our will and God's will are compatible. It should be one or the other - not both, right? Now you bring in this thing called supralapsarian? What in the world is THAT!?"
"I'm gettin' a word from the Lord, Elmer.He's a tellin' me that we should leave this here den of iniquity and high tail it to that fancy new French restaurant down the road.Amen, Hallelujah!""But my dear, the canon is closed and so is my wallet."
J&P,great stuff! I have no idea who Fluffy is though.
But don't you see dear, Total Depravity serves as the foundation to the Doctrines of Grace. It is there that we see man is without ability to choose God, for his depravity inclines him to reject, ney, blinds him to the very grace of God which would remove his depravity.
Jim attempts to console his wife during the third straight hour that the praise band drummer has been practicing after they agreed to put him up for the night.