Calvinism is the lame-brained idea that God directs anything and everything and there ain't nothing you can do about it.
Arminianism it the dunderheaded counterpoint that we have an ability to influence any part of it.
Since we're trying to hit all the different viewpoints.
I'm actually a Calvinist who believes in free will.
Sp you are a calvinist who calls his own way of thinking lame-brained
I am a Calvinist too
The answer is no.
Calvinism actually consists of five points, usually using the acronym TULIP. People who subscribe to the whole package are often called "five pointers" or "hyperCalvinists." I won't get into the details, but you can subscribe to most of the points (as I do) and still not be 100% predestination, and still be a Calvinist!
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