Saturday, July 02, 2005

Let the Reader Understand

Let the Reader Understand refers to something Augustine said (was it?), but this title might be revised to "Let the Reader be Warned. While I would consider warning the reader about LtRU, Br. Haller invited us to read it again and so here it is.

Here is a traditionalist response.

2 comments:

Tobias said...

The title comes from Mark's Gospel, not Saint Augustine.
Be warned that the "traditionalist" response broadly misrepresents both the work to which it responds and the Anglican Tradition, which is quite different from the Lutheran point of view. Dr. Witt and his colleagues are hard at work on an agenda fundamentally to alter the structure of Anglicanism.

Shrimp said...

I can assure Br Haller and anyone who stumbles onto this that Dr Witt's "agenda" would be to merely reassert traditional Anglican theology and ecclesiology and it is Haller who has an agenda.

Why put traditionalist in parenthesis?

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Or the Shellfish blog...