“If there had been no Fall, there would be no conflict between faith and reason, obedience to God’s Word and sense-experience, revelation and science. It is not reason that is opposed to faith, but the reasoner. Clearly, then, the problem is not with general revelation but with the moral condition of its interpreter.”  — Michael Horton, “Knowing God: Calvin’s Understanding of Revelation” in John Calvin and Evangelical Theology, 8.

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