No one here is disputing Calvin's role in sanctioning the death of Servetus. We all agree that he did. The issue of disagreement is that you believe his sanctioning of Servetus's death somehow demonstrates that Calvin was not saved, un-Christlike, and thus you conclude that the theology that he taught is false. First, I do not believe it demonstrates Calvin's unsaveness if we can call it that. I believe he was a spiritfilled, spirit fruit bearing man, just like John Bunyan. And secondly, it is an illogical conclusion to draw in the first place, because what Calvin did in his personal life with regards to Servetus has no bearing upon what he taught from scripture in regards to man's sin, election, and redemption.
Why is it that you refuse to draw this distinction?


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