On Sept. 3, 2018, we had a thread called "Did Rushdoony have a 'Nestorian Nod'?". The basic premise of the OP was that Rushdoony had said somewhere that it is properly the divinity and not the humanity of Christ that is the object of worship. I just came across a quote on the topic from Rutherford's Examen Arminianismi so I'm posting it here. My Latin is utter garbage, so I'm posting the Latin text first for the sake of anyone who knows Latin better than me, and then my own translation. My apologies to anyone with any love for Latin or decent translations. Hebr. 1.6 Et adorent cum, omnes Angeli Dei. Quaeritur, An Christus, qua homo, adoretur; & qua homo, sit formale objectum adorationis? Ajunt Remonstr. c. 16.134. Nos negamus. 1. Quia nulla creatura, sed solus Deus, est adorandus. Deut. 6.13. Mt. 4.10. At Christus homo, seu Christi humanitas est creatura; & adoratio est gloria Dei propia, quam alteri Deus dare non vult. Isa. 42.8. 2. Quia Christi Humanitas, Idolum non est. 3. Quia Arianis & Socinianis favet, argumentum nobis eripere, quo probamus Christum esse verum Deum, eo quod adorent eum, omnes Angeli. Heb. 1.6. Hebr. 1.6 And let all the angels of God worship him. It is asked, Whether Christ, as a man, is worshiped, and as a man, is formally the object of worship? Adjunct Remonstr. c. 16.134. We deny, 1. Because no creature, but only God, is worshiped. Deut. 6.13 . Mt. 4.10. But Christ the man, or Christ's humanity, is created; and worship is properly the glory of God, which he does not desire to be given to another. Isa. 42.8. 2. Because Christ's humanity is not an idol. 3. Because they encourage the Arians and Socinians to snatch our argument from us by which we prove Christ to be true God, according to which [it is said] let all the angels praise him. Heb. 1.6.