Dr. R. Scott Clark informed his blog readers that an Armenian church, the Armenian Reformed Bible Church, adopted Calvinism -- not from reading and studying Scripture, mind you, but from reading Calvinist material. I am not one for advocating the basis for what is known in literary circles as naïve realism, so I hesitate to make the following comment.
However, if Calvinism is merely the teaching of the apostle Paul, and is so easily-identifiably affirmed both by Old and New Testament authors, then why must regenerate Christians be shown where the Bible teaches Calvinism by Calvinist apologists? Calvinism appears to me to be the Waldo of all theological suppositions. Perhaps Waldo is a Calvinist.