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PostPosted: 02-18-2017 9:08 am
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I've heard some strange  objections to  Calvinism  but  nothing like this.

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Also, the Calvinists believe in the Filioque, and the Filioque is Binitarian. Calvinism and Protestantism and Catholicism are all Filioquist, and Filioquism is Binitarian Semi-Sabellianism, a form of modalism. Calvinism is a Binitarian theology in this, though they profess to believe in the Trinity, they really don't go by the Biblical Church traditions regarding the Trinity


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PostPosted: 02-18-2017 2:37 pm
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Sounds like the complaint of the Eastern Orthodox. It is not really a Calvinist specific argument, but one directed towards all Western theology.

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