Feature Book: The Second Incarnation A Pattern for Apostasy
By Curtis A. Cates
A refutation of the ShellyHarris Book, The Second Incarnation, and "Pilgrim Church Paradigm."
Comments of OthersThis review of the "Second Incarnation" by Curtis A. Cates is reminiscent of the "Review of Jeter" by Moses E. Lard in its penetrating analyses and thoroughness of exposure of the absurd tenets of this deliberate attempt to lead the saints astray. It is a total exposure of the doctrines the "Second Incarnation" advances. I commend it unreservedly.
Guy N. WoodsThe Second Incarnation is one of the most dangerous books penned in this century. It is inundated with errors that are crucial and critical. Curtis A. Cates did his homework in thorough fashion before his review of this monumental monstrosity. His refutation of the Shelly-Harris new theology is done with painstaking preciseness and a sharpness of Scriptural logic that leaves no stone unturned. Brother Cates is a master in unmasking the shallow sophistry of these two Pied Pipers who seek to change the Lord's unchanging church into a changed Barthian organism that fits modern man's current cultural desires. I commend the Herculean task that he has done with consummate skill. To him we owe a continuing debt.
Robert R. Taylor, Jr.