“Scripture is God’s word, and God’s word is the foundation of morality. When we want to draw people, believers or unbelievers, to that foundation, we should be unashamed to refer to Scripture. I grant that there are many cultural forces telling us not to refer to Scripture in the public square. But we should not listen to them. The attempt of Van Drunen and others to convince us not to apply Scripture to civil matters is a failure.” –John Frame from his review of David Van Drunen, A Biblical Case for Natural Law(Grand Rapids : Acton Institute, no date).
July 15, 2010
John Frame on the Importance of Scripture in the Public Square
By Chi Elmore
About Chi Elmore
My name is Chi Elmore; a husband, father and sinner saved by the abundant grace of Jesus Christ. Studying that I may be found approved by Him who calls us all to repentance and faith in His life, death and Resurrection. View all posts by Chi Elmore
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