All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, (2 Timothy 3:16 NKJ)
I posted the following remark at Mark Thompson's blog, Theological Theology. Dr. Thompson will most likely not post the comment due to his commitment to liberalism. However, I refuse to compromise on this issue. Co-belligerence is another word for compromise.
Co-belligerence with those who are leading people to hell with a false religion of good works and idolatry is to focus on a social gospel that is anthropocentric rather than theocentric or christocentric. The Gospel is about the eternal destiny of God's elect, not about creating a utopia on earth or ushering in a postmillennial return of Christ by means of good works. Rome is a synagogue of satan and the pope is an antichrist who seeks to lead billions of people to hell through idolatry.
Dr. Thompson thinks false religion is the answer to theological liberalism? Is the Protestant Reformation really over? If so, then Dr. Thompson should resign as the principal of Moore Theological College and become a Roman Catholic and a papist. The answer to theological liberalism is propositional revelation, the Holy Scriptures. If so-called Protestants would stand for the truth instead of trying to persuade the reprobate, then a witness for the Gospel would still exist. As it is, the number of truly Protestant and Evangelical denominations and seminaries is for all practical purposes non-existent.
Moore Theological College is one of the few Evangelical Anglican seminaries in the world. Unfortunately the Amyraldian heresy has turned the seminary in a decidedly liberal direction from all appearances.
You can read the article in question here:
Dimming the Gospel Light: Can We Still Be Protestant?