A Review of Fesko’s Reformed Apologetics (aka Once Again, That Dog is Tracking the Wrong Scent)

I strongly encourage you to read part 1 of this author’s refutation of Fesko’s Reformed Apologetics: http://christianciv.com/blog/index.php/2019/05/25/common-notion-confusion-part-1-of-a-review-of-j-v-feskos-reforming-apologetics/#

In general, Westminster West is like a malfunctioning dog that is, once again, tracking the wrong scent. In the irony of ironies, I’m told they have Van Til’s manuscripts – for what, I have no idea. Regardless, whether it’s Two Kingdoms, a deep admiration for Natural Theology, or misreading Van Til, that dog is tracking the wrong scent.

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