A Christmas Poem for the Very Reformed, from an Arminian-ish Sister

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May the gospel’s joy invade from Bethlehem, my hard-shell dears,

May you keep your Christmas thoroughly and banish all your fears:

You’ve the theology of roundheads, but the hearts of cavaliers.

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One response to “A Christmas Poem for the Very Reformed, from an Arminian-ish Sister

  1. From a sister sadly insensible of her peril upon the slippery Anglican slope to idolatry, more like it, say the Reformed brethren.

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