Regarding in-house debates, to what end do we debate? Is the goal to agree to disagree? Debate but not divide? Sproul and MacArthur are good modern examples. They don’t agree on baptism. One’s covenant theology, the other’s dispensational. Yet friends. Whitefield said he would see Wesley in heaven, is that our view? Warfield found good in Miley’s writing. Can we have anything good to say about Arminians? And vice versa? There maybe irreconcilable differences but can we get along? Do we even want to?
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