Good questions

Fearsome Comrade asks today:

Did anyone in the 1st century imagine that some day, whether or not you’d be called “orthodox” would be based on your affirmation of some several hundred pages of abstractly articulated doctrine?


And, on a note not completely unrelated, Michael Spencer asks:

How many Calvinists cite Bondage of the Will as virtually a Calvinist text, having no idea that Luther rejected the rest of the TULIP?

Spencer’s been pushing Lutheran stuff (liturgy and prayer books) for lately. I just ordered up some of it from the library loan. He’s right. It’s unfortunately rather hard to find.