Now that you all know about the origin of the high five, click HERE if you forgot, modifications are in order for Calvinists, in this generation, to maintain the practice. The world quickly adopted this signal for their own use and hiding the fact that John Calvin came up with the idea in the first place.
So the above photo illustrates the 21st century method of greeting other Calvinists. Calvinists are free to use any and all the above whenever and wherever it applies.
Later, politically correct people renamed the Calvinistic hand the jazz hand. Luther would have a approved.ReplyDelete
I will certainly remember this when it comes to Reformed greetings.ReplyDelete
Might want to check, but perhaps the five points are done with one hand and the five solas are done with the other.ReplyDelete
I wonder how you high five a four point Calvinist? Or a 4.5 point Calvinist? Or James MacDonald, who claims to be a 3.8 point Calvinist on his best days (and a unitarian-prosperity-preacher-endorser on his worst, apparently).ReplyDelete
Arminians have it easy. They only believe in partial Total Depravity, so they can get by with a simple thumbs up.
"Arminians have it easy. They only believe in partial Total Depravity, so they can get by with a simple thumbs up."ReplyDelete