I’m not sold on a pure Armininist outlook, finding a few problems with; neither too with Calvinism. Nor Calmanian, either…
At its core, Reformed theology is intellectual and focuses on theological structures which build on each other, which is important—yet the spirit, devotional, and emotional passion of the Wesleyan tradition is an essential part of a complete faith experience too. (read the rest here)
I see, somewhat, his point, but I don’t know if we should mesh them so easily. The ‘one is intellectual, one is spiritual’ seems to me to dismiss much of what is true about the two, which is much more than those two statements. Further, it dismisses the spirituality of Calvnism and the intellectualism of the Wesleyans.
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