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I have just finished reading the article on John Gill and hyper-Calvinism (“John Gill: Hyper-Calvinist? [A Review Article],” Standard Bearer, April 15, 1996). I want to thank you for posting this on your site and for the professor’s clear explanation of the difference between real hyper-Calvinism and what is falsely called hyper-Calvinism, that is, the denial of the so-called “sincere” or “well-meant” offer. I have not previously been acquainted with your circle of churches (I am a Reformed Baptist), but I am pleased to read of your history on this site. Thanks again for posting this material on the web, and thanks for the helpful argument of the article. I shall keep it for my files.