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Wednesday, September 28, 2005 

Wilson on Ferguson on the New Perspective(s) on Paul

Wilson makes some good comments. Yeah, that's correct. Doug Wilson, the one from Moscow, ID, makes some good comments. And not only this, he makes them on topics such as Sinclair Ferguson AND the NPP. If he keeps this up, a lot more people might not think he is a heretic. Of course, the lynchpin in that sentence is might.

One small quibble: while I agree with Wilson that those who accused him were in the wrong, I don't think he should keep bringing up their lack of repentence. This isn't any view I hold in respecting either party (I pray). If Doug Wilson had affirmed Pelagianism, Gnosticism, and Arianism all in one breath on cable TV, I would still think his accusers unbiblical and in sin. That said, I wonder if this isn't a Psalm 19:11 moment. Hopefully, everyone knows those who have accused Wilson personally are men to be largely ignored. Grace in this area will go farther to prove his orthodox Reformed faith than holding them captive to their sin. I think this is something I need to learn as well.

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