Why Good Theologians Are Worth Reading, Even When They Are Sometimes Wrong

Written by Mark Farnham

On September 2, 2010

There is a heroic quality to the thought of men who are willing to tackle the greatest themes relating to God, creation, salvation, and the church: even when they make mistakes, they make magnificent mistakes from which we can all learn.  In a day of small men and small minds, we should be grateful that the Lord is truly good, and has provided such brilliant men to inform the great traditions of the church and to provide us with immense resources of theology and devotion.

Carl Trueman, “On Heroes and the Heroic” http://www.reformation21.org/blog/2010/09/on-heroes-and-hero-worship.php

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