PaulRH said:
No, not a pure 100% Arminian. But actually, I've never met one. I've read their writings, but never known one personally.

<img src="/forum/images/graemlins/rofl.gif" alt="" /> Silly me for thinking that my question was sufficient. Okay... let me rephrase the question for you.

Would you have any hesitation in working side-by-side doing evangelism with someone who did not embrace the doctrines of Grace, aka: the Reformed Faith, Calvinism, Reformation doctrine, etc.? In other words, just your typical "Evangelical" who if asked about such things as Unconditional Election, Predestination, Limited Atonement, etc., would be at odds with those doctrines? If you answer in the affirmative, i.e., you would have no problems working with such an individual evangelizing the lost, how would you reconcile the undeniable antithesis between what he believes and teaches compared to that of the Reformed faith, which again, I am presuming you profess to hold dear.

Thanks again in advance.

In His Grace,

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