Had a little bit of tech difficulty at the start, so I am not completely certain how long we went, but we spent the first part of the program going more in depth on the 6th Canon of Nicea in response to Michael Lofton’s amazing response on YouTube. Basically, we documented that Rome dogmatically tells her apologists what to find in history and, shockingly, that’s exactly what they find! Amazing! Then I went into some quotes from Matthew Levering’s Engaging the Doctrine of Revelation in reference to the actual perspectives and viewpoints to be found in the Roman Catholic authors being promoted by the staff at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in their book recommendations. We covered a number of amazing statements from social media on the same topic as well.
6th Canon of Nicea, MBTS’s Triggering Book Display Examined
James White, , Church Fathers, Church History, Debate, Eastern Orthodoxy, Personal, Reformed Apologetics, Reformed Baptist Issues, Roman Catholicism, The Dividing Line
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