A new website is being launched on Calvinism, Cutting Through the Fog of Calvinism. An excerpt:
Once upon a time, an automobile manufacture designed a luxury car with expectations of record-breaking sales. But the care was not without controversy. At highway speeds, the hood assembly would flip up and smash into the windshield. Newspapers ran stories, jokingly calling it the “flying hood car”.
Auto dealers found customers asking: “is this the flying hood car?” Salespersons were instructed to say “You must be thinking of a different car, because this unit doesn’t have a hood. What it has is an upper engine cover.”
One day a potential customer instantly recognized the car. The salesman corrected him saying: “You must be thinking of a different car because this unit doesn’t have a hood, what it has is an upper engine cover.” But the customer insisted he saw the car in the newspapers. The salesman now frustrated insisted: “I’m sorry sir you must be mistaken”. But still the customer would not relent. At that point the unhappy salesman accused him of misrepresenting the car and politely asked him to leave.