Good Advice for Kids and Adults from John Calvin

by Jun 13, 2014Books, Piety2 comments

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Very dangerous is the temptation, when it is suggested to us, that God is not to be obeyed except so far as the reason of his command is apparent.

—John Calvin, Commentary on Genesis

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  1. mitrellim

    The same goes for theologians:
    “Very dangerous is the temptation, when it is suggested to us, that God is not to be [believed] except so far as the [reasonableness] of his [revelation] is apparent.”

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