An Interview with Dr. R. J. Gore: Regarding the “Statement on Scripture by Concerned Erskine Faculty Members”
If nothing but the last line of this interview were to have been published, it would still have newsworthy! Thank you, Dr. Gore for your time in addressing these few questions.
We live in a world of oppressive uncertainty. In a world where so many things are going wrong and a cacophony of voices solicits our allegiance, where can one go for direction? Some would say, just rely on your experience. Yet Peter points to an even more certain witness…
Sadly, it is now well known in most of the conservative Reformed theological world that Dr. Hughes Oliphant Old, holder of the John Leith Chair and the Director of the Institute of Reformed Worship at Erskine Theological Seminary, has, in his most recent book, The Reading and Preaching of the Scriptures in the Worship of the Christian Church, vol. 7: Our Own Time, written that he does not “believe in Satan, demonic spirits, and demon possession.”
Unfortunately a platform for discussion and communication doesn’t exist in Arpdom. The Associate Reformed Presbyterian magazine no longer has a “Letters to the Editor” section. The Highroad is financially strapped and infrequently published. With the advent of computers and internet, e-mail opens the door to both instant communication and the wide circulation of ideas at [...]