Continuing in his series on the five points of Calvinism, Jollyblogger explains nicely why it's a mistake to think Calvinists deny free will. Key summary of his position (and mine):
So, the whole point of all this is to say that Calvinists shouldn't be afraid to admit that man has a free will. On the other hand, non-Calvinists need to understand that there is not a moment when, in their freedom, they are acting apart from or contrary to the will of God. And I hope that all of us would realize that the only reason that any of us can be saved His through a divine violation of our free will, in causing us to believe savingly on Christ.
In other words, he's siding with the weight of philosophical consensus on the matter, compatibilism, not that his argument rests on that at all. For the scriptural arguments, see his post.
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