After posting an article on lying, filled with errors on moral doctrine, Dr. Keeft has posts an insightful article on the Divinity of Christ:
Here's my post refuting the errors in Kreeft's discussion of lying:
It often happens in theology that a theologian will have some good insights on one topic, and some substantial errors on another topic. Beggers can't be choosers. The faithful today have so few theologians who are reliable on a wide range of subjects, it is necessary to take whatever good theology we can find, wherever we can find it.
God is no respector of persons. He shows no favoritism. So if one assertion is true, and another assertion is false, God expects us to adhere to the truth and reject or ignore the falsehood, regardless of which author said each.