I thought his point was that he accepted _even_ those
who did subscribe to Biblical infallability, but did
not believe it himself. I thought the broader
principle he espoused was everyone who depend on
Christ for their salvation. Maybe I missed something.
--- Walter Hicks <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > What about me, Jan.
> I do not suscribe to Biblical infallabilty.
> > Am I rejected?
> > Walt
> JW Burgeson wrote:
> > Jan wrote: "I probably have said this before. I
> accept all people who
> > believe the infallibility of the Bible as
> Christian brothers and sisters,
> > who depend for their salvation on Christ's
> > Do you accept me too? I could not subscribe to
> the above (narrow)
> > definition.
> > How wide do you draw the circle? I draw it very
> wide indeed, for I'd rather
> > err in that direction than the other.
> > Burgy
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