Teaching. Equipping. Defending
I really enjoyed that Mike. I now have a couple of books to look forward to in 2011. Just as a side note P. Navas (?) would call himself a Unitarian wouldn't he? Or does he reject labels altogether.
Patrick is one who seems to want to dismiss himself of all labels, creeds, and theological formulations altogether. But after reading his book, I would have to conclude that his is far more of an Arian than a Socinian. It seems to me that he is more interested in showing what he is not rather than what he is.
Interesting. In my limited contact with him I got the idea he was a Unitarian Universalist. I get the who thing about not wanting "labels." But I think that when you reject them altogether it becomes a problem (as seen from my misconception) and can be a bit of a cop out. (I'll explain that if needed)
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