Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Dagg Attack

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  1. Dagg probably utilized the "defeated by a Calvinst" branding-iron move on the ring-leader. Ouch.

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  2. Perhaps Dagg took out his Romans 9 grenade, but that would be a little much, to say the least!

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  3. Those Finneyites soon learned that Dagg was the best fighter in the 'world'.

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  4. Emboldened by Charles G. Finney's anti-Calvinist rhetoric, small groups of Arminian ruffians continued to attack lone Calvinists in meetings where revival was taking place. "Anxious benches" in churches from Illinois to Maine were being flung at unsuspecting Reformed-minded Christians.

    Today, most church historians agree that it was these incidents that were chiefly responsible for bringing the Second Great Awakening to an end.

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  5. Silly Finnyites don't they know an anxious bench won't hold up to perseverance of the saints?

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  6. @Chris Hensley: Hahahahahha!!!!!!

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