Yup! That's me. The concept isn't original with me, (you can visit the site by that name by clicking the link over to the right in the list of places on the web,) but I find it fitting anyway. I love being away from all the man-centeredness of Arminian theology. I love being away from the "man is god" theology of Pelagianism. I love being away from the silliness and hype of what is usually referred to as "revival." One minister actually enjoys labeling himself as "always reviving" which is an amazing admission of living in a vicious cycle of backsliding and coming back to full committment to the Lord. (Note: Only the dead need reviving.)
I also find it ironic that I, (and a few of my cohorts in this "Arminian apostasy,") are being labelled by our old peers and partners as holding to "damnable doctrines" and that we also hold to a licentious way of life and thinking. You know the old lies, Reformed doctrine is boiled down to "once saved, always saved," ie. you can live a completely wicked life, (or anyway you want to,) and still expect to be "saved." And that we don't need, or believe in, holiness or evangelism or prayer anymore, because everything is already "set in stone" anyway. And of course, our so-called "familiar faces are missing" because we only wanted to justify being "sippers" of alcoholic beverages. Yep, that's the REAL reason we left! (Actually, we were "invited to leave," but that's another story.) But it's funny how many of those who are making the assertions haven't actually asked me what I believe or think. A few have, and they are to be commended for their integrity.
So the slander and misconceptions keep going on and on by certain theologically challenged folks who really don't think things through. Someday, perhaps they will.