Originally Posted by Fubarius
A number of flavors of Christianity see Calvinism as not only wrong, but "holy crap is that wrong".
I'm not that ignorant to say that doctrinal differences don't exist. Most people reject a specific point of the 5 in Calvinism. I want to know what OP specifically rejects.
Originally Posted by Umami
Apart from being fairly besides the point, that seems rather insulting.
Show your work.
Not at all insulting. If someone already accepts God as creator then saying He'll let His children get bored in eternity is a nonsensical concept. It wasn't me that brought it up first anyway.
Not everything requires an opposite. More specifically, not everyone requires an opposite. It's a philosophic and attributive framework that doesn't make sense for anything more than rationalization. Why do you think there needs to be perfect symmetry?
My original post was directed more to the OP. He provided a very vague framework for discussion and unless he can reel in his ideas this thread will be circular.