Beware of Douglas Wilson: Part 5

Despite statements by Wilson that are heretical, because of Wilson’s deceptive tongue and often orthodox-sounding words there are some who think Wilson is not a dangerous wolf.

However, even if Wilson didn’t make a single heretical statement (of course, he has made plenty), he would still be a wolf since he actively promotes his fellow Federal Vision members along with their soul-damning heresies.  Those whom Wilson promotes in the  Federal Vision can at times be much more overt than Wilson in their heretical teachings.


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Beware of Steve Schlissel

Steve Schlissel is one of the most overtly heretical proponents of the Federal Vision heresy which is rapidly infecting Reformed circles. He proudly advocates salvation by law instead of salvation through faith in Christ.

This can be seen in this audio debate between Schlissel and John Otis.    (Pay attention to Schlissel’s comments from the 27:00 mark onward.)

Schlissel blatantly denies the law/Gospel distinction.  He wrote,


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Beware of Doug Wilson: Part 2 (video version)

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Beware of Doug Wilson: Part 1 (video version)

See also the written version, which is more thorough.

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Theonomy does not Promote Salvation by Works: Part 3

It is interesting how many who are very vocal in arguing that theonomy leads to the heretical Federal Vision (FV) movement (which teaches salvation by works), are not so vocal about the fact that the theonomic Reformed Presbyterian Church of the United States (RPCUS) was the first denomination to condemn the FV,[1] and, that it is the largely non-theonomic Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) (the two largest ostensibly conservative Presbyterian denominations) that have tolerated the FV and allowed it to fester within their ranks.

(On this latter point, see, for example, Brian Schwertley’s piece “The Gospel Crisis in the OPC and PCA,” as well as an audio version.)

In fact, the RPCUS—which condemned the FV the very year of its inception, in 2002—was accused of condemning the FV too hastily.[2]


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