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Monday, July 5, 2010

Preaching and Teaching Without a Call - McCain and Kilcrease


Paul McCain MDiv has no divine call, neither does his Roman UOJ pal, Jack Kilcrease.


Brett Meyer has left a new comment on your post "McCain - The Spare Bedroom Blogger and Otten Polit...":

McCain's promotion of Kilcrease is advantageous.

McCain points to the Kilcrease blog discussion on UOJ as a refutation of Justification by faith alone and the doctrine of Election as clearly taught in Scripture and purely expounded in the Lutheran Confessions.

Read through the discussion and note how man's reason dominates the UOJ doctrine taught and defended by Kilcrease and McCain. How many times do they declare, "we must then assume" or "stop quoting Scripture and start talking conceptualities."

To clarify McCain's obsession one only needs to see where they claim I made a critical error in my confession and then McCain blames Pastor Jackson for what I said. How absurd and pathetic.

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GJ - Various LCMS pastors have objected to UOJ too. Pastor Hartley did and published several papers on this topic.

Another pastor was in California. Guess what? According to Paul McCain, it was my fault that the California pastor departed from UOJ. The trouble was - I had no contact with the California man. Also, I assume people can think for themselves. Bullies assume otherwise.

McCain sent around his false accusation commendation about the California pastor, but he did not send it to me. When I asked for the letter, he did not send it. McCain got himself into legal trouble with someone else about that letter. He also got into a pickle with Trinity in Bridgeport.