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This perhaps isn't a typical answer to the question, but it does provide the opinion of one well-known Calvinist, George Whitefield. Whitefield was once asked if he expected to see his Arminian friend John Wesley in heaven. He replied: I fear not, for he will be so near the eternal throne and we at such a distance, we shall hardly get sight of him. ...


Summary: Calvinists interpret these passages as referring to God's righteousness and justice — that he is a fair judge, consistently judging sin as wrong, whether committed by rich or poor, strong or weak, native or foreigner. They do not indicate that God's gracious gifts — wealth, strength, and even salvation — are distributed equally to all. Calvinists ...

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