Should we be careful to place into perspective the value of the writings of the ECF? Are they authoritative? Do my, or anyone else’s opinions, as to what I believe about their writings, prove that it was so? Could have they changed their views? Could one today misunderstand what they are saying? Could ones bias affect ones opinion as to their position? Could have they had clear contradictions in their writings? Did they have clear error in their writings at times? Are they inspired? Much has been said and written about the ECF but little has been offered in way of admonition as to when and how their writings are to be used in the search of truth, and when they can be trusted to be in accordance to truth. Truth, not ones ideas as to consensus or that which might or not be considered the orthodox notion of the day should be that for which we seek, should it not?