Sean Gerety provides us with another Clark Quick Quote concerning the utter uselessness of the popular cosmological argument for the existence of God.
Sean Gerety opines on Jason Stellman’s Crocodile Tears.
Sean Gerety points out what should be an obvious link between the paradox theology of Cornelius Van Til, Karl Barth, and The Federal Vision.
Calvin on the fallibility of councils and the inconsistency of popes.
“Leo, the Roman pontiff, does not hesitate to charge the Council of Chalcedon (which he admits to be orthodox in doctrines) with ambition and unadvised rashness. Indeed, he does not deny that it is legitimate, but he openly declares that it may have erred. Perhaps someone will think me foolish because I labor to show such errors, since our opponents admit that councils can err in those matters which are not necessary to salvation. But this is no superfluous labor! For even though, being compelled, they confess it by mouth, still, when they thrust upon us the decision of every council, on whatever matter, indiscriminately as an oracle of the Holy Spirit, they require more than they had originally assumed. In doing this, what do they affirm but that councils cannot err; or if they err, it is not lawful for us to discern the truth, or not to assent…
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PCA Pastor and Federal Visionist, Jeffrey Meyers, has been cleared on all charges that he is a Federal Visionist even though he is one of the chief signers of the FV Confession of Faith and has defended and promoted the false gospel of the FV for years. You can read about the PCA’s continued slide into complete apostasy here.
“It must forever be kept in mind that a theologian’s epistemology controls his interpretation of the Bible. If his epistemology is not Christian, his exegesis will be systematically distorted. If he has no epistemology at all, his exegesis will be unsystematically distorted.” The Incarnation 46,47