The debate on inerrancy was over “What the Bible Is.” The debate over Calvinism is a debate over “What the Bible Says” — a question of interpretation rather than a debate over basic world view.
…why would one assume that God’s grace and power given to the apostles to reveal the MYSTERY OF CHRIST isn’t sufficiently understandable or believable?
One simply cannot conveniently deemphasize or elide the micro-deterministic nature of Calvinism
…God’s revelation to man does in fact declare that He sincerely desires that every individual believe upon the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved, which is the unabashed banner of those who reject Calvinism…
The membership requirements for a church to remain in friendly cooperation with the Southern Baptist Convention are so weak that we run the risk of watering down our doctrinal standards in the areas of baptism and congregational polity.