15537[Covenanted Reformation] Re: Secret Society Paper Response
- Apr 1, 2007
I think its pertinent to point out, that John Knox, of which Scotland is still called "The Land of Knox" and who was so involved with the early presbyterian church in Scotland, taught one thing consistently throughout his ministry. That Presbyterianism and tryanny cannot co-exist. When the two meet, one of them leaves the field.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jerry <ragingcalvinist@...> wrote:
> Let it be known that not everyone who holds to Covenanter/Reformed
> Presbyterian principles agrees with what these particular Reformed
> Presbyterians are doing, and there are some of us who find the implicit
> faith the RPNA (GM) [which is neither a presbytery nor a general
> meeting] require [??? at the very least, they allow and accept implicit
> faith, if not require it] to be unacceptable.
> I also find the structure of my sentence above to be unacceptable, but
> you get the point. LOL!
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