Case Studies in “Re-forming Orthodoxy”

Case Studies in "Re-forming Orthodoxy" Of course, following one definition of "orthodoxy" nobody should "re-form" it. That definition is simply "right thinking" or "theological correctness." If you're convinced a doctrine is true and correct, then you wouldn't want to re-form it. However, there are other definitions of "orthodoxy." A common one is "what ought to be believed." Closely linked with that is "established doctrine." Every denomination has some idea, whether written or not, of … [Read more...]


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