Rod Rosenbladt

Tuesday, 12 Jun 2007

We incline to moralism by nature. In other words, not all theologies equally draw us. The theologies which draw us, as iron filings to a magnet, are the ones that have to do with self-improvement, with the righteousness of the Law. As children of Adam, we are drawn to those that say: "I stuck in my thumb and pulled out a plum, and what a good boy am I." We are not neutral toward the various theologies. The one that is true-that Christ's death alone saves-we are hostile to, because we are children of ...

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