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josh p's picture

I don’t really know enough about Revoice to agree or disagree but his statement that it is a larger threat than even the extremes of FV seems a stretch. At the very least FV is more obvious of a threat since it pertains to the gospel and justification. The PCA after all considers itself the doctrinal descendants of Calvin and nothing was so central to the reformation as justification.

Bert Perry's picture

I'm not quite sure whether their end game is to simply end the comments that sound a lot like those of Westboro, or whether it's to remove Biblical teaching on sexuality altogether.  I am inclined to show them some grace and assume the former.

Either way, I would agree with Josh that Wilson owes his readers a little more explanation on why it matters more than FV.  My "in a nutshell" explanation would be that FV has to do with the Gospel, yes; Revoice could, if I am wrong about their intents, strike at the very heart of the nature of God.  Unfortunately, if Wilson has done this, I'm not finding it with a reasonable amount of searching on his blog.  So it appears to be an argument that is rather veiled at best.

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.