Response to the Nashville Statement

Response to the Nashville Statement August 30, 2017

Beside the hubris and irony of their now connecting the Nashville Statement to Nicea, Constantinople, and Chalcedon, a Trinitarian theology many of their signers have not been affirming (with their unorthodox theology on the eternal subordination of the Son), here’s my response:

Those we can’t trust for orthodoxy on the Trinity can’t be trusted when it comes to morality.

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