Tragically, for veterans of the myriad theological disputes roiling the evangelical waters, the very term "generous orthodoxy" strikes one as an oxymoron. Not only in our own day, but also throughout history, orthodoxy in the hands of "true believers," certain of the infallibility of their judgment, has been anything but generous.
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