a calvinist reads pride and prejudice

When Calvinists read the Bible they tend to pull specific verses out of context, ignore the context, and then assign random crazy concepts onto the words. They tend to allow their conceptions of God control the meaning of the text, instead of vice versa. In my latest video I preform a thought experiment to see how a Calvinist would read Pride and Prejudice if they did so in the same manner they read the Bible:

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One Response to a calvinist reads pride and prejudice

  1. WillCD says:

    You do know what “ALL” means, don’t you? -Classic Calvinist answer

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