When Reason is Unreasonable

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“Throughout Scripture we find a clear contrast between the philosophy of the natural man and the mind of Christ. When such passages are brought to bear on the various doctrines of the rationalist, the response is usually to shrug them off. And yet this is not sufficient; indeed, it is not reasonable. The Word of God may cut the tree of autonomous human reason down level with the ground, and yet we will still find the rationalist doing his best to sit in the shade” (“Foundations of Exhaustive Knowledge” in Bound Only Once, p. 137).

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