Lately I’ve written some stuff that was a bit critical of Don Robinson’s ecclesiology. A few folk have disagreed with what I’ve said. That is to say, every Sydney Anglican who commented disagreed. One calls my critique a ‘jibe’. That’s ok.
Anyway, it’s reminded me of one nice story. Now, ‘The Don’ is my wife’s grandfather, so I’ve got some access, and one day, having met him a couple of times, I used it.
There was a question about the Bible that had been on my mind for some years; I’d asked it of nearly every theologian I’d met. When I asked The Don he said, “That’s a good question. Did you think of it yourself?”