In this clip, the New Calvinist cannot understand how what he considers the "plain reading of Scripture" isn't shared by everyone, including his opponents in the debate. He mocks scholars like Karl Barth, Scot McKnight, and N. T. Wright, and suggests that just "reading Paul" will ensure that everyone shares his "plain reading" of the Bible. Then, finally, he suggests that questioning a Calvinistic interpretation of the verses he's suggested "plainly" teach Calvinism is "talking back to God." He inserts his debate partner Austin's name in the verse to suggest that, by questioning the Calvinists' interpretation of Scripture, he is questioning God.
Bill Cosby disagrees.