I have listened to the next two parts in Alan Strange’s critique of the Federal Vision and it is woefully poor. A number of his criticisms fall so wide of the mark that I am almost embarrassed for him. Take, for example, the idea that the FV simply puts men back into the same position as Adam was prior to the Fall. I am gradually and reluctantly coming to the conviction that critics like Strange are just too lazy, arrogant, self-righteous and blinded by their tradition to understand the FV properly. For a few years I thought it was just failure to understand. However, it now seems more likely that such critics are too concerned with upholding their stake in the status quo to really be bothered to go to the mental effort of trying to understand the FV in the first place.
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