Puritan Board Junior
I'm just now being introduced to the ideas of FV, but they seem to be just several very small deviations from the orthodoxy of the Reformed faith. In the thread "Baptismal Regeneration and FV???", many people posted comments bringing light to the fact that proponents of the FV deny they are fighting for some said view (like Baptismal Regeneration) but in fact they really are, just using different words. If this is just repeating what was on that thread, then I am sorry. I just feel that I need it simplified a little more. Are FV advocates just pushing the Lord's Supper, Baptism, and Eschatology in a slightly unorthodox direction? Or are they actually saying that God reveals one system of baptism or eschatology to be right while another says God has revealed another to be right, but the two parties are okay with this because in the FV, God would reveal two opposing views to His children? This would have a strange shadow of the charismatics in it.