17 thoughts on “Your Feelings Are Important, but Don’t Follow Them

  1. As a Baptist, and then Reformed Presbyterian, I thought we lived in a world of objective truth, then I realized that we too were awash in subjectivity. What was objectively held was what had been received from the Catholic Church (e.g., the canon of Scripture, the Divine and Human nature of Christ, the doctrine of the Trinity, etc.). On every point of denial or Protestant formula, it was one subjective interpretation after another. I try to describe my way home to Rome at withmyowneyes.blog. Blessings brother, for raising the important subject.

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