“craftiness ,” “ wiles ,” to stress that theological errors always betray devilish subtlety. False teachers are always hard to pin down. My friend and colleague, the late RBS professor Dr. Bob Martin, expressed this well when he said that exposing them was like “nailing Jell-O to the wall.” False teachers are crafty, sneaky, clever, underhanded, and wily. To prevent their insidious influence we must express the truths of the Christian faith plainly. We must openly expose their clever ambiguities and explicitly condemn their subtle departures from biblical teaching.” from “Lectures in Systematic Theology: Doctrine of God” by Greg Nichols



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