> If the above is valid, is this also
> Ponder this...the Papacy did not think
> about Justification by faith enough for
> 16 centuries, and so they all got it
> wrong. Luther, however, managed to get
> it right.
> No thank you. I'll side with the Papacy.
No thanks again, Matt! I'm sticking with the Reformation on THAT
issue too! It is he who rejects the Regulative Principle of Worship
that sides with Rome:
"This is one mayne principle of the doctrine we professe (against the
forged superstitions of the Papists), that we undertake no work in
the things which appertaine unto worship, concerning which we have
not an express command of God" -- Martin Luther.