Being Presbyterian in the Bible Belt
by Ted Foote and P. Alex Thornburg

Nuanced gobbledygook. Presbyterian theologians can justify anything, and by doing so they justify nothing. The best Presbyterian argument against born-again Christians is that we were saved 2000 years ago by Godís grace so we donít need to be baptized, born again, or do anything else. To think otherwise is to think our fate is in our own hands and to deny Godís grace.

Year Read: 2007


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