Wilhelmus Schortinghuis on the natural and revealed knowledge of God

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... Q. 6. Is the knowledge from nature opposed to that revealed in God’s Word?

A. No, because light cannot be opposed to light, nor truth against truth, since they are grounded in the God of truth. Therefore, they are called pure milk and belong to true religion (1 Peter 2:2; Rom. 12:1).

Q. 7. Is the knowledge of God from nature sufficient unto salvation?

A. Even though it is necessary and useful, it is not sufficient for man’s salvation, because it cannot teach Christ’s imputed righteousness (John 14:6; Matt. 16:17; Phil. 3:9) and true faith (Heb. 11:6; Rom. 10:17).

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