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Proving Too Much, Part II

I came across one of David Green’s opponents — a friendly seeming young guy named Brian — defending the notion of historic Christianity against innovations like hyper-Preterism. I asked him, more or less, what I posed in yesterday’s post: how can you reject theological novelties like hyper-Preterism on the basis that they are novelties, without […]

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What John’s Baptism Teaches Us About the Sacraments

This upcoming Sunday, we’ll hear that John the Baptist went throughout the “whole region of the Jordan, proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins” (Luke 3:3). I’m curious as to how Protestants distinguish their own views of water Baptisms from the Baptism of John. In any case, even Protestants who think that […]

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