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Jason Sabalow Partially Affirms Perspicuity

May 25, 2012

It’s always nice to hear one of Rome’s apologists confessing the perspicuity of Scripture on matters that are necessary for salvation: “the Gospels testify and testify clearly to who Jesus is, and who he is is God.” Jason Sabalow is correct about that, and the post-modernistic folks within Rome’s communion who try to suggest that the Scriptures are not clear about this or any other item necessary for salvation are wrong.

So that Mr. Sabalow does not get in trouble with his colleagues, I will note that he has not completely affirmed perspicuity, as he has not stated that all things necessary for salvation are found clearly in Scripture, nevertheless, he has affirmed a point that I have seen others in his communion attempt to deny, namely that the divinity of the Son is clearly taught in Scripture.

– TurretinFan

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