At last Darryl Hart admits that we’re the consistent Protestants, but with the proviso that in this case consistency is not a virtue. It is nevertheless quite a concession from the redoubtable Dr Hart, first, because it is an admission regarding our position which he’s never before granted, and second, because it’s very odd to find Darryl Hart of all people striking a nearly postmodern note by saying that life is really made up mostly of gray zones and that if you want consistency, you might be after a different religion than the Christian. First he embraces Roger Williams’s politics, and now he embraces Derrida’s hermeneutics? He’s hard to keep up with.
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