Puritan Board Graduate
As far as the origins of Christianity, I thought that one could get ahold of Machen and Nash without having to dodge the landmines involved in Wright's thoughts?Originally posted by Draught Horse
I couldn't care less about defending him on Paul (except pointing out his good bashing of liberal infidels on the historical origins of Christianity). However, I came from a school that would take "conservative" students to task on critical issues. Ergo, I immediately went for those who had done yeoman work against liberalism, most notably Tom Wright.Originally posted by fredtgreco
He is not interested at all in the battle that is killing Anglicanism.Originally posted by Draught Horse
I thought he was against homosexual ordination.
But that shouldn't surprise us, since it is all about fellowship and communion, and not doctrine, right?
You do know what we do to Blasphemers?His opening statement on the resurrection of the Son of God against Christ-denying Dominic Crossan is among the finest 20 minutes I have ever heard in my life.
I will border on blasphemy here: It might have rivaled Bahnsen's debate with Stein!