Monday, October 3, 2011

Doctrinal Differences and Personal Antagonism

As a response to George Whitefield’s letter to John Wesley, Iain Murray notes this:

Doctrinal differences between believers should never lead to personal antagonism. Error must be opposed even when held by fellow members of Christ, but if that opposition cannot co-exist with a true love for all saints and a longing for their spiritual prosperity then it does not glorify God nor promote the edification of the Church.

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