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Friday, 17 October 2008

On the Reformed Faith

This quotation is again on several blogs including this one here.
"When a man has once come into sympathetic contact with that noble tradition of the Reformed faith, he will never readily be satisfied with a mere “Fundamentalism” that seeks in some hasty modern statement a greatest common measure between men of different creeds. Rather will he strive always to stand in the great central current of the church’s life that has come down to us through Augustine and Calvin to the standards of the Reformed faith."
From Machen's Selected Shorter Writings (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing), 551.

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