When I was in seminary a few years later, I had a discussion with our local InterVarsity rep, who was a seasoned, old-time IV veteran. When I brought up my concerns about the dangers of inductive Bible studies and heterodoxy, she surprised me by saying, “Yes, InterVarsity believes in heterodoxy.” Now, this was just one person, but I think it was also the simple truth. I amazed me that this would be stated as a virtue, but there it was. I also think this embrace of heterodoxy was predictable, just as I think this IV-Urbana dabbling with Roman Catholicism is predictable. The very organization that perhaps more than any other promoted the idea of individual interpretation and authority, now promotes articles written by those who are fleeing individualism for the safety of papal authority.
Rick Phillips, Ref21.
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