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Considering Our Theological Differences

Sometime ago, Al Mohler wrote a helpful post on how we might go about performing theological triage when dealing with differences among other believers.

In our discussions among several reformed friends and facebook groups, we have noticed a need for further development of the concept for real-life application. To that end, I've worked on refining the following:

Primary issues - rooted in "catholic" or universal faith issues, such as The Apostle's Creed, Nicene Creed, Chalcedon, and the like. The main idea is to identify foundational definitions of the Christian faith. This includes such things as the virgin birth, the infallibility and inerrancy of the Scriptures, and belief in the Trinity. Of equal significance is upholding the validity of the God's law and commands throughout Scripture on the Christian life. (See: Threefold Use of the Law).

Secondary issues - typically representative of a specific denomination or expression of historical Christian faith (Pres…

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