God Didn’t Die on the Cross


"It is quite unnecessary to expose this absurd and monstrous doctrine; it is enough to point out that, though resembling in sound the statement contained in the Confession, it is essentially different in its nature and import, and in the authority on which it rests."

(3) Rev. Professor Dr. Charles Hodge: Systematic Theology (Nelson, London, 1974 ed., II:40 7f & II:613f): "The Reformed distinctly rejected all the errors concerning the person of Christ…aswellasthepeculiarLutheran doctrineintroducedat thetimeoftheReformation.The Reformed taught what the first six general councils taught, and what the Church Universal received B neither more nor less….