Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Fred Noltie Blogs, We All Win

He's at it again. At best, (and that's being generous) it's a coin-flip. Frankly, I don't take a stand if it's 50-50, and neither should you. That was a particularly nasty realization for me. Because the Reformers promised certainty, a tie goes to the papists.


Anonymous said...

I am not quite sure everyone wins; those posts are being pretty much ignored.

I will say, though, that I am convinced Luther took a single verse and made it the lens through which he saw the rest of the Bible. Because no matter where I look I do not find his brand of sola fide. I find us judged by what we have done. I still have more than forty posts to write on this subject. I mean, it is like batting practice, dude.


Jason said...


Keep writing them (when you can). They inspire me. Though, of course, inspired me is dangerous, indeed. The most liberating thing since entering the Church--for lack of a better term--is the assurance. Our Reformed brothers don't believe it, but it's true.