A Proof Of The Faith: Confessing Our Sins

The candor and honesty which those whom the Holy Spirit employed in committing this doctrine to writing, in speaking of and condemning their own faults, as well as those of others, may be urged as an argument in favor of the truth of what they wrote.

Zacharias Ursinus, Corpus Doctrinae, prolegomena.


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  1. I agree, but quite honestly I think it is easier to confess one’s total ‘incurvatus’ sinfulness, ie to see one’s empty handedness – full stop.

    Then we can rejoice in our creaturely smallness before the GOD of Isaiah 6

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