Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Rooted in the moral law

The Manhattan Declaration now has more than a quarter million signatures and those who have signed have been urged to additional action. Some, however, although in agreement with the statement's positions on the issues it addresses, have refused to sign because they interpret phrases in the document as indicating doctrinal compromise on central issues involving the gospel, that is to say, they consider Catholics and Orthodox so much in error that they don't wish to risk the association. Two responses to those concerns can be found here and here. If you would like to add your name to those individual Catholics, Orthodox and Protestants who have signed, you can do so here.