My answer to this question was deleted by @caleb, a moderator without a single down vote cast. The alleged problem with my answer is that it fails to meet his bar for dealing with all objections:
Re your flag: the quote you added does not resolve the issue. It's a citation for something other than the main point of the question. The point Jamieson makes here doesn't say anything about a parallel track of there not being the concept of election outside of the some specifically referred to here. You need a source where the same source denies election among gentiles while affirming it for some Jews. – Caleb♦ 2 days ago If this requirement doesn't make sense or you disagree with my assessment, please ask about it on meta. – Caleb♦ 2 days ago
My problem isn't that he didn't like my answer (I'm not sure he ever does) but rather that he killed my post rather than letting the original poster and others decide if it is useful or not. I think it very likely that it would be helpful.
I thought that people were supposed to vote on whether or not a question is "helpful" or not? I've seen (and can point out) many less useful posts (IE: many posts are never deemed useful by voters) that were and remain extant. Further, I have reason to believe that caleb is acting from personal animosity at me for not "being a good boy and only posting The Truth of Trinity and Calvinism", etc. (caleb will not be getting my vote).
Why was my post singled out for deletion and not subjected to the usual process of at least being voted on? Is this not a rigged election (pun intended)?
PS: If you need me to point to some extant crappy posts that were not deleted by caleb, please let me know.