I am the cousin of pastor John MacArthur. I know how you admire him so I wanted to send this photo of him as a wee lad. He is pictured here reading MY book. Every time he came over he would grab that book and read it for hours. I finally gave him an autographed copy of his own on his thirteenth birthday.
Keep up the good work!
Well. That explains a lot.ReplyDelete
Yep. Johnny Mac is one o' dem masked Arminian pretenders. Obedience saves!ReplyDelete
Are you the only true Calvinist?ReplyDelete
Maybe you should come up with a blog that exposes Calvinists as Arminian pretenders.
You could title it - "Illegal Calvinists" or "Why Five Points isn't enough for me".
Personally, I never believed Corky Velveeta was a Calvinist. He seems too happy and he doesn't wear a suit and tie. C'mon!ReplyDelete
Yep. If it weren't for all those hours devoted to reading The Adventures of Corky Velveeta (when all the other boys were out playing marbles or stick-ball) John MacArthur wouldn't be where he is today.ReplyDelete
@ Charlie TunaReplyDelete
None of the four White Horse Inn guys have been seen wearing a suit and tie for years. And the shows are generally filled with laughter.
What do you make of that??
(Of course "Dad" Rod is only as Calvinistic as Luther was ; )
What's your opinion of Spurgeon?
Was HE a Calvinist?...remember, he was friends with D.L. Moody and even let him preach at the Metropolitan Tabernacle! YIKES!
Some (like R. Scott Clark of W.T.S. Ca.) would say of Spurgeon and MacArthur that they are "Calvinistic" but not "Reformed."ReplyDelete