Puritan Board Sophomore
But this was a significant position for him, based on his particular theological framework. I remember the conversation and trying to express that it was rooted in creation but the common grace aspect was discounted.. I didn’t know enough then, and still don’t but just relied on what I thought the Catechism taught. He didn’t agree with the catechism I guess.I don't see that being necessarily an R2K result. The violations of the 4th Commandment and moving away from it have been going on long before R2K.