Martin Luther not as Protestant as John Calvin

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According to Phillip Carey PH.D Martin Luther was not as Protestant as John Calvin. As you know, Martin Luther posted the 95 thesis on the Wittenberg door ushering in the Age of Protestantism and we have been protesting things ever since! Yet, now over 500 years later we find that Martin Luther may be suspect in not being Protestant enough. We here at the ODMafia are on the cutting edge of discernmentalism and will be using the RE-Tardis Time Machine (created by Eric Barger) to go back in time to check out the “facts” regarding this major issue. We should get an answer soon. The Truth (Our’s) be known, we here at the ODMafia have suspected this for a while and must most humbly proclaim that even John Calvin was not Calvinist enough for our standards. Though John MacArthur and Phil Johnson come in close as far as being considered the most Protestant, we here accept our own nomination of being the most Protestant of all.


5 Responses to Martin Luther not as Protestant as John Calvin

  1. truthslayer says:

    I’m a 6 point Calvinist….that is how Calvinist I am….


  2. Arthur McJohn says:

    Are you truthslayer? Well, I am a finger pont calvinist, nanananahh


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