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So here it is.

Q. What should the Reformed establishment do with a teaching or doctrine that emphasizes our need to believe all the promises of God, especially those promises that concern our children? Keep in mind that this is a doctrine that underscores the necessity of faith from first to last. The purveyors of said doctrine (as in, like, me) believe that we are justified by faith, through faith, unto faith, on faith, under faith, and everything else a squirrel can do to a tree. All faith, all the time, all the way down.

A. Well, of course, the only appropriate response would be to question the commitment of said fellows to sola fide. And have conferences.

And this is why I prefer my theology Auburn. Rather than Blonde.

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