Non-comformity

“The non-conformist today is the believer in the Christ of Luther and Calvin. He is the unreconstructed sectarian. He continues to hold that man’s whole self must be interpreted by Christ and in terms of Christ as Christ identifies himself by his Spirit in His Word. And Emerson would be as anxious to keep this sort of non-conformity at arm’s length as the ecumenical movement is anxious to keep him out of the “larger church” and the educational institutions of the land.”

Cornelius Van Til, Essays on Christian Education (The Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company: Phillipsburg, NJ, 1979).

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