Monday Night Quote

When I know that Christ is the one real sacrifice for my sins, that His work on my behalf has been accepted by God, that He is my heavenly Intercessor – then His blood is the antidote to the poison in the voices that echo in my conscience, condemning me for my many failures.
Indeed, Christ’s shed blood chokes them into silence!

Sinclair B. Ferguson

21 thoughts on “Monday Night Quote

      1. I will be honest, I have struggled with Carl Trueman for quite a while, even before meeting you. I read “First Things” more as a way to see who is promoting what, where and I find Trueman inconsistent. I tried listening to “Mortification of Spin” but that is not my thing.

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      2. I find it disturbing that Trueman would agree to be a featured writer for ecumenical journal, First Things, that was and is the mouthpiece for Evangelicals and Catholics Together. That kind of compromise raises no eyebrows these days.

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      3. Agreed! Like I said, even before I met you I had issue with First Things and it amazes me the “Evangelicals” who appear in this! There are many in the Reformed circle, especially OPC that have been quoting Catholic sources and I do not understand why they are doing this. I am genuinely disturbed by this trend and I do not understand why this is not being called out.

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      4. Amen! to all of your comments. Yes, there is a propensity among the younger Reformed to reference/quote Catholic sources as if that is now the hip/intellectual thing to do.

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      5. Wow! This was quite the article! I have to say Mark Driscoll should be in his own category in this refutation of Robertson. I did laugh at his sentiment of the insanity of Robertson quoting Driscoll to refute Bell, good one!

        Secondary separation is becoming more and more real by the day.

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      6. Driscoll was a train wreck before the train wrecked. He reminded me of my old IFB pastor who was also a bully. He was dissimilar from Driscoll in that he ridiculed the Reformed T.U.L.I.P. from the pulpit.

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