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  • Morning Worship—10:45 a.m.
  • Afternoon Worship—2:15 p.m.

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On Converting to Rome – Reformation21 Blog

Over at the Reformation21 Blog, Sean Lucas notes the central issue of authority for a recent convert to the false religion of Rome. There is a legitimate concern here, but the answer is not found in Rome — it is found in biblical confessionalism.

It strikes me that this is a key wrestling point in this whole situation. In my mind (and this will seem ironic to some in this debate) confessionalism goes hand-in-hand with biblical authority. It is precisely because we esteem Scripture as the supreme authority that we seek to codify what we believe the Bible to teach in confessional documents and we teach these things to faithful men who are able to teach others also (Jude 3-4; 2 Tim 1:13, 2:2). And this cycle of confessionalization ultimately relates to the authority of the church, which declares its doctrine under the authority of Christ the King.

Spot on. Read the rest of his comments here.

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