Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Mark David Hall On Key v. Non-Key Founders

I didn't know Mark David Hall, of George Fox University, had a blog (with fellow George Foxers). Check it out here.

1 comment:

Ryanaldo said...

The word "Founder" has taken on an honorific. The word is most often used when modern speakers and writers cannot explain themselves.

A Key Founder is anyone from that time period who has left behind quotes and writings that can be used to support what a modern person wants.

Citing Founders is usually wrong, and always lazy. Those people had no great plan, they frequently disagreed with each other, and for the most part were making it up as they went along.