Thursday, August 14, 2008

There's something about Georgia...

...that seems to attract anti-Calvinists.

The state is already home to The Secret 9, Johny Hunt, William Harrell, Jerry Vines, and Nelson Price.

Now it appears we can add yet another to that list: Emir Caner!

If this keeps up, I'm gonna move back to Florida!

8 comments:

Strong Tower said...

They're taking over!

Bill Reichart said...

I have heard (online) Emir's brother at Liberty give the most strident anti-Calvinism sermon I've ever heard.

Gordan Runyan said...

Yeah, Bill, a while back we featured a highly charged, electrifying video from Emir's brother on here.

Lucas Defalco said...

Don't fret, Brett. The Deeper Conference will be there sooner than you think - with Paul Washer speaking back to back with Johnny Hunt. I can't wait!

Red and Black Redneck said...

Is there anyone speaking at the John 3:16 conference who is a Calvinist?

Strong Tower said...

None are listed so far, so far as I know at this point. There are going to be some moles there. Since taping and transcripts have are not going to be available the only reliable reports will come from underground...

Gordan Runyan said...

Kind of interesting, considering the "spiritual history" of Georgia, in relation to the Great Awakenings especially. The Wesleyan/Whitefieldian revival is considered to have ended abruptly at the gates of Savannah. The outpouring never made it there.

Red and Black Redneck said...

Too many Salzburgers and Scottish Presbyterians.