Dangers Of The Last Days The The Historical Record


The lesson here is this. You will be an apostate devil who denies the Bible, someone who
denies the deity of Christ and the gospel of salvation, but you can still be an informed
apostate devil. And that is what this man is. It is possible to be lost and still get your
facts straight when it comes to matters of history and that is what this man has done.
Let me read you a statement by professor Lake. He says:
It is a mistake, often made by educated persons who happen to have but
little knowledge of historical theology, to suppose that Fundamentalism is
a new and strange form of thought. It is nothing of the kind: it is the partial
and uneducated survival of a theology which was once universally held by
all Christians. How many were there, for instance, in Christian churches in
the eighteenth century who doubted the infallible inspiration of all
Scripture? A few, perhaps, but very few. No, the Fundamentalist may be
wrong. I think that he is. But it is we who have departed from the tradition,
not he, and I am sorry for the fate of anyone who tries to argue with a
Fundamentalist on the basis of authority. The Bible and the corpus
theologicum of the church are on the Fundamentalist's side.

Aug 10, 1988
Midweek Service
1 Timothy 4:1
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