Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Calvin's TULIP and Arminius' DAISY

If the flower of Calvinism is the TULIP, then is it true that the flower of Arminianism is the Daisy (as in, "He loves me, He loves me not")?



Just Wondered.
Afterthought - A reader (Daisy) suggested the "Forget-Me-Not" instead of the daisy. Read her comment.

2 comments:

Daisy said...

HEY!! HUMPH! LOL. Daisies are wonderful flowers whose meanings include purity, cheefulness, and innocence. Maybe pick the "Forget-Me-Not" instead.

I was raised Arminian and I got "saved" every Sunday in the hopes that Christ would "forget-me-not." Thank you, Lord, for grace.

Ralph M. Petersen- Always Right;Sometimes Wrong! said...

Hi Daisy,

Amen to grace. God gives it, we need it and we are doomed without it.
I never knew that stuff about the daisy and, I have never heard of the "Forget-Me-Not." I looked it up and it is quite attractive; just like the Arminian gospel - "Jesus loves you and has a wonderful plan for your best life now."

So I concede, the Forget-Me-Not is the better flower for Arminians.