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Concordia St. Louis Seminary students
at the Waldo Werning Evangelism Center.
A reader asked about reactions to Compare and Contrast - A Catechism for Universal Forgiveness without Faith - UOJ.
As stated earlier, and borrowed from a forgotten, wise person - There are three stages of reaction:
- Loud cheering means the effort was a waste of time, because everyone already agrees.
- Anger means the ideas have awakened animosity, not because they are wrong, but because they are correct.
- Silence signifies the most disturbed reaction. That means the ideas are so threatening that a debate is not going to be started, lest others catch on.
Update - I did get some positive responses, from two lay readers who really understand the doctrinal issues. Clergy seldom respond.
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