Pastor Keister’s (PCA) Review of Barcellos’ “The Lord’s Supper As A Means of Grace” | The Confessing Baptist.
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Pastor Lane Keister comments on a recent post by Doug Wilson and asks, “Is the FV Controversy Dead?“
Sean Gerety points out what should be an obvious link between the paradox theology of Cornelius Van Til, Karl Barth, and The Federal Vision.
Hear that sound? It’s the PCA’s death knell. Pastor Lane Keister reports on The Leithart Verdict.
Former Leithart Prosecutor (now defected to Rome) Jason Stellman believes that because of this verdict, the Roman Catholic “gospel” is now acceptable in the PCA. In the comments section, he writes:
Of course, I am out of accord with the PCA on other, non gospel-related issues (which is why I stepped down). But if that were not the case, and I held the exact same view of the basic biblical gospel that I do now as a Catholic, I probably could have stayed.
Stellman wrote a post of his own: Crap, I Should Have Just Stayed in the PCA!
For the convenience of my readers, here are some links to posts about the recent Peter Leithart trial verdict.
PCA TE Jason Stellman, lead prosecutor, announces the vote here: The Votes Are In.
Sean Gerety @ GodsHammer pulls no punches and hits the nail squarely on the head in his post, No Surprise Here.
Don Clements @ The Aquila Report has a post here: PCA’s Pacific Northwest Presbytery Finds TE Peter Leithart Not Guilty of Federal Vision Charges
PCA TE Lane Keister, witness for the prosecution, gives his testimony here: Pacific Northwest: Peter Leithart is not guilty.
PCA TE Wes White answers the question, What Happens Next?
Soli Deo Gloria.
The Leithart Trial documents are now available to read here. (Thanks to Sean Gerety for the tip.)