From: Peter Ruest (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 19 2003 - 00:50:02 EDT
George Murphy wrote:
> b. As soon as you start getting _too_ specific you start defeating the attempt
> to include a broad range of Christians. The previous statement of faith included the
> "Jesus Christ is the Son of God and through His Atonement is the one and only
> Mediator between God and man."
> This may seem unobjectionable but it
> i. focuses on particular themes of christology and salvation, &
> ii. by its insistence on "one _and only_ Mediator," which goes beyond what
> I Tim.2:5 says, made some Roman Catholics feel that they couldn't subscribe to it.
a) How does "one _and only_ Mediator" go beyond what I Tim.2:5 says?
b) How does it go beyond biblical teaching in general?
-- Dr. Peter Ruest, CH-3148 Lanzenhaeusern, Switzerland <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Biochemistry - Creation and evolution "..the work which God created to evolve it" (Genesis 2:3)
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