Russell Moore, Dean of the School of Theology at Southern Theological Seminary, gave a great lecture on the future of evangelical/Roman Catholic dialogue in the American public sphere. It is fantastic--definitely worth a listen.
My favorite line is "An evangelical understanding of sola fide does not mean that someone is saved by his articulation of sola fide. It means that a person is justified by a being hidden in the person of Jesus Christ." I will be writing about that in the near future.
(Hat Tip: Internet Monk)
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