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2.19.2013

Jesus Horton catches us all in our stupidity again

At the end of his latest White Horse Inn podcast (where I think I counted 873 'wows' giving the impression the on air crew there had gotten into somebody's medical marijuana stash) Michael Horton (or, em, Jesus Horton) said: "We are not saved by faith. We are saved by Christ." Which, is just a shallow and stupid theological statement. His desire to call everybody stupid is now to the point where he has to set us all up on justification by faith alone. We say we're justified by faith alone, and Jesus Horton comes along and tells us, "No! You are saved by Christ..." Wowww.

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