Spectrums of Theological Truth and Error

Posted: May 21, 2012 by revivalbiblestudy315 in Apologetics
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Excerpt of “Spectrums of Theological Truth and Error” by Justin Taylor.

In the past I’ve pointed to some helpful ways to think about theological truth and error, including how significant the errors might be to our doctrine and life.

For example, Albert Mohler proposes distinguishing between first-order doctrines (a denial of which represents the eventual denial of Christianity itself), second-order doctrines (upon which Bible-believing Christians may disagree, but they create significant boundaries between believers, whether as distinct congregations or denominations), and third-order doctrines (upon which Christians may disagree, but yet remain in close fellowship, even within local congregations.

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Spectrums of Theological Truth and Error.


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