Piper on Separation

From Ben Wright: Does Piper teach separation? He asks. You be the judge. Here’s just one relevant quote among many from today’s radio program: When a person departs from the doctrine that the apostles had taught, Paul sees this as a greater threat to unity than the disunity caused by avoiding such people. If we …

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G.K. Chesterton on Walls

ht: Justin Taylor “We might fancy some children playing on the flat grassy top of some tall island in the sea. So long as there was a wall round the cliff’s edge they could fling themselves into every frantic game and make the place the noisiest of nurseries. But the walls were knocked down, leaving …

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Craig Blomberg on Separation

One can scarcely reflect at length on verses 10-17 without raising serious questions about the history of Christian denominationalism. There have no doubt been times when certain wings of the church have become so heretical or disobedient that faithful disciples have often pointed to the Reformation as the classic example of this, although some church …

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