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Transworld Irony (or TWI): It is possible that in every possible world there exists at a college named after John Calvin a philosophy professor who offers a free will defense for the problem of evil.
Or a long time professor at Notre Dame a professor who advocated Reformed epistemology!
Or is it more ironic, that a theological movement which has been claiming to represent the Faith of the Early Church for nearly five hundred years has yet to inquire into that Faith? Is there a distinctively Calvinistic doctrine, at all, which appears in the writings of the first four centuries of Christianity? As a cradle Presbyterian, now nearing sixty, I have yet to find one.
Uh…isn’t Plantinga a Notre-Dame prof?
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