Reformed Theology A Serious Question for Serious Folks  Calvinism

A Serious Question for Serious Folks

Reformed Theology A Serious Question for Serious Folks  Calvinism
A Serious Question for Serious Folks

Ok guys, here's what it comes down to. I've been mulling over this for a few days, and everything hinges on this answer.

Exactly how tall was Servetus? If he was a short little heretic then I would have no problem fighting a Servetus-sized duck. But if the size of his body was roughly equal to the size of his errors, I may wish to take my chances with a hundred duck-sized Servetuses (Serveti?).

To be considered is the fact that he managed to escape from prison. Was he so small that he just dove through the guards' legs and bolted for the door? Or was he so swole that he grabbed the copy of the Institutes that Calvin sent him and used it to beat the guards down?

Help me, r/reformed. You're my only hope.

Edit: fixed a typo.

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