I will read for you verses four to eight in the 45th chapter of Genesis: â€œI am your brother Joseph, whom you sold into Egypt. And now do not be grieved, and let no anger be in your eyes because you sold me here, for God sent me before you to save life. For the famine has been in the midst of the land for two years. And there are still five years in which no plowing and harvest will be. And God sent me before you to put a remnant in the land for you, and to keep alive for you a great deliverance. And now you did not send me here, but God.â€
I read the other Bible blogs on a daily basis. I have enjoyed some of the theological discussions concerning Calvinism and Arminianism. However, I have found myself in “no man’s land.” As I read through the tenets of Calvinism, I know I am not a Calvinist. The tenets of Arminianism are also non biblical, so I know I am not Arminian. I guess I will have to settle for being just a Christian. I am not bothered by the lack of a label. I like going against the majority grain away.