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When you read what he wrote here, knowing his background was in the magisterial Swedish Lutheran church in those days, it is even more precious.

Scott Shaver

Herein lies the rub:

Gustav was the kind of Baptist (much needed these days) who had no problem with Jesus Christ being the criterion of biblical interpretation.

You are right Lydia, a Swedish Lutheran who turned more "Baptist" than a lot of his modern spiritual progeny in the SBC.

Who Dat?

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