In this episode we interview Timothy F. Kauffman and discuss Tim Keller, hermeneutics, whether we can read Christ from every Bible verse, and quoting heretics if they say something we agree with, and the importance of developing a worldview from Scripture alone.

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References (recommended resources are noted with a ‘+’):
+ Timothy F. Kauffman, “Workers of the Church, Unite!: The Radical Marxist Foundation of Tim Keller’s Social Gospel,”
+ ——. “”Getting Sanctification Done”: A Critique of Tim Keller’s Exegetical Method”,
+ ——. “Sanctification, Half Full: The Myopic Hermeneutic of the “Grace” Movement,”
+ ——. “God’s Editors Modern Protestant Hermeneutical Attacks on the Bible Alone,” Collection 16: The Bible Alone and Its Opponents, The Trinity Foundation,
+ See Timothy Kauffman’s blog, “Out of His Mouth,” at
+ Timothy F. Kauffman, Quite Contrary: A Biblical Reconsideration of the Apparitions of Mary (Huntsville: White Horse Publications, 1994),…ons/dp/0963714139
+ Kauffman, Graven Bread: The Papacy, the Apparitions of Mary, and the Worship of the Bread of the Altar (Huntsville: White Horse Publications, 1994),…hip/dp/0963714120
+ C. H. Spurgeon, Geese in Their Hoods: Selected Writings on Roman Catholicism, ed. Timothy F. Kauffman (Huntsville: White Horse Publications, 1997),…ism/dp/0963714171


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