> > > > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuOoXZ6RSPg
> > > rpbc: The phew... agree it's speculation but that is what I meant. Will have to watch the l video you posted, later this evening.
> >Studio: From the comment section of the video:
> > The Devil is a better theologian than any of us, yet is a Devil still. A. W. Tozer.
> rpbc: Yes... that is one of the things one learns along way. Higher criticism, etc. The word itself, theologian, was always suspect to me. I wouldn't call Tozer or McGee or Lewis theologians, those of competing world view encase them with the term.
They call themselves, 'The Defenders of The Faith!"
not to take away from any subject matter that is placed under scrutiny,
theirs is a world inhabited by a constant victimization and judgement
from those organizations or people they have in their crosshairs.
Does God's word need defending? To follow that idea through,
does God need us to be little Christs or little Pauls?
I would much rather follow Jesus' path for our lives.
Not that Paul was wrong, but his was a world of constant
battle, sometimes self inflicted like Mars Hill.
Paul would have made a great AM talk radio personality.
Paul was a force to be reckoned with. The original man
with the Scriptures in one hand and trained law degree in the other!
We've watched the years roll by and have witnessed countless
videos and audio of Apologists doing their thing. They've produced
mostly underlings of their own kind. Rambunctious students
with a desire to prove themselves right. I saw it firsthand with
our own group of meanies from Glendale.
Paul had it right though, in Romans when he talked about
imputed righteousness. Abraham didn't need to be
right, he just needed to trust God and righteousness
was imputed on him.
Abraham didn't need a Ravi Zacharias. Do we?