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1.23.2013

Answering the question of an accredited Christian 'teacher'

Peter Enns, one time, long time, professor at an iconic Reformed seminary, asks why is God so mad at His creation? You have to read the entire post to see how far a person can apostatize.

Here's one answer: idol worship.

Question: has Peter Enns ever read the Old Testament? I know his specialty, but has he ever actually read the Old Testament beginning to end as a plain believer? If he had he'd have seen a lot in the behavior of God's creation to make God angry.

Question: has Peter Enns ever looked into himself? Christianity doesn't even begin until you know you're a sinner.

Peter Enns' juvenile evolutionism aside, his lack of understanding of the Bible, parts-in-relation-to-the-whole understanding, the very type of understanding Reformed Theology uniquely attains to, is an indictment of seminaries in general. That Enns could attain the level of a professor in a so-called top Reformed seminary while having obviously little to zero understanding of the Bible and God's plan of redemption as a whole, and, again, setting aside his inability to distinguish micro from macro evolution claims (which is most likely intentional at this point of his apostasy, Darwinian macro evolution being the old useful hammer to attack Christianity with) shows the worth of academic seminaries of any stripe. About the same as the Ivy League today.

3 Comments:

Blogger c.t. said...

Peter Enns blog has become a real hell zone. He moderates every comment, so it's a big echo chamber going on, like hell.

I guess we often don't see enough of blatant disbelief of biblical Christianity and arrogant, stupid fallen human rebellion to God in action.

It's funny, in the post in question, a Jew comes into the comments thread and they all genuflect and bow to his superior wisdom of things biblical. And he's saying things like, "I agree, the New Testament is not much of a move forward of the Old Testament story..."

January 24, 2013 at 6:23 PM  
Blogger Trent said...

Glad I am not the only one that feels that way. He turned into an uber-liberal overnight it seems at WTS.
I saw at Fuller's site in Colorado that he's teaching on Genesis and wrote a book called Genesis for Normal people that messes everything up.

January 25, 2013 at 7:55 AM  
Blogger c.t. said...

I find it interesting that even though many people obviously reject Enns' nonsense not many - if any - say it publicly. I mean, former colleagues, peers, anybody associated with WTS or any other Reformed seminary. They will mock Joel Osteen allo day, or even John Piper for one reason or another, but leave Peter Enns to himself, despite all the teaching and influence he is trying to have.

January 26, 2013 at 4:24 PM  

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