So here is the turnabout in the interests of fair play.
This is a Calvinist-only forum. My question to you is the opposite of what I asked to the “traditionalists” earlier.
What is it that you want from the “traditionalists?”
They are not going away and they are not going to adopt Calvinism. So, short of acquiescing to Reformed Dogma, what do you want from them?
If Calvinists and non-Calvinist, traditionalists are going to partner together in the SBC’s missions endeavors, what is it that you desire from them?
Speak the truth with grace.
Other than perhaps asking a question for clarity, no one is going to argue here. Just tell us all what you want.
The time for argument is not on this post. Comments by “traditionalists” will not be permitted on this post. Nor will non-Calvinist bashing. What is it that non-Calvinists need to do to make it easier to walk together in unity?