Originally posted by moonbusOr he just can't spell....
adjective: relating to the doctrines of Jacobus Arminius (Latinized name of Jakob Hermandszoon, 1560–1609), a Dutch Protestant theologian, who rejected the Calvinist doctrine of predestination. His teachings had a considerable influence on Methodism.
noun: an adherent of these doctrines.
[b]Born an Arminian? No one is born[ ...[text shortened]... believing any doctrine. Not even Arminius was born that way; he [i]became that way later on.[/b]
Originally posted by Duchess64... then we would all be descendants of Noah. But where Noah's boat landed is not where he came from; Noah was not an Armenian.
If Noah's ark came to rest upon Mount Ararat, which the Armenians regard as a 'holy mountain' ...
Originally posted by moonbusYou are going to have to decide between Noah and science. You can't have both.
... then we would all be descendants of Noah. But where Noah's boat landed is not where he came from; Noah was not an Armenian.
Genetic evidence indicates a path out of Africa as being older than any other.