User:Flex

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Mission[edit]

I am especially concerned with generating fair and balanced and well-sourced articles that adhere to Wikipedia policies and guidelines. My pet-peeves are giving minor issues undue weight and adding tangentially related external links. Most of the articles I work on are related to religion and biographies with some venturing into astronomy and computing. When things get hot, I always try my best to assume good faith and not make any personal attacks.

Contributions[edit]

I have made significant contributions to a number of articles including:

Christianity and alcohol Alcohol in the Bible
Calvinism Presuppositional apologetics
Cornelius Van Til Gordon Clark
John Calvin Biblical inspiration
Total depravity Limited atonement
Irresistible grace Perseverance of the saints

I also welcome new-comers who cross my path and warn and clean up after many anonymous and puerile vandals.

Awards[edit]

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The Editor's Barnstar
Awarded for an exceptional job of mitigating a seriously overwritten section of Christianity and alcohol. Such bold and tight editing should not go without notice! Lmcelhiney 19:26, 21 January 2007 (UTC)

To-do list[edit]

Semper Reformanda

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