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It the same line of reasoning were followed out to its bitter consequence, it would leave us without any supernatural facts in religion. But it is by a “happy” inconsistency that the Reformed theologians, at least those of the conservative school, have restricted reason as a norm of doctrine to the narrow sphere or Christology and the Sacraments. It is chiefly here that they have made use of the arguments from possibility and reasonability. It is these arguments from reason that we wish to examine.
Daib, Walter C., "The Reformed Arguments Against the Real Presence of the Body and Blood of Christ in the Lord's Supper Examined in the Light of the Main Modern Philosophical System since Locke" (1927). Bachelor of Divinity. 732.
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