For the simplicity on the near side of complexity, I wouldn’t give a fig. But for simplicity on the far side of complexity, it is priceless.
Better you should study with paedobaptists who have a confession, than with baptists who have none.
It is sort of like “theological darwinisim,” survival of the fittest. Confessional protestantism is going to be all that remains, uh, because everything else is going to melt away with the disappearance of cultural Christianity. The reality is that only those churches that hold themsevles accountable to a confession of faith, and so not out of obligation but out of joy, will be the only ones left standing.
Liberalism has children, but not grandchildren. (Lillbeck, not Mohler)