Next Stop: Osiander

it would be in my opinion and feeling that Norman Shepard, if he should logically continue to expand the position as set forth in all of his documents, would ultimately come to a position like that of Osiander and perhaps even close to that of the Council of Trent, probably without the exact language, although he seems to delight in using the Roman phrases in regard to the nature of grace…

—C. Gregg Singer to O. Palmer Robertson and Paul Settle, October 23, 1979.

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  1. Well, the guy was only a basketball coach rather than a theologian, wasn’t he? On the other hand, both he and Osiander are dead, whereas Norman Shepherd is still alive, so at least in that sense he IS closer to Osiander.

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