"I have been charged in the past with Wright's errors, and though I do not not now, nor have I ever embraced Federal Vision theology, I have been charged with its errors too...I have highlighted this same problem and in turn noted a long series of other problem areas within the movement. These include its sanguine approach toward Rome and Orthodoxy and the efficacy of the sacraments; Federal Vision's often muddled language on the relationship between our works, perseverance, and future justification; and, of course, their often rancorous rhetoric."
He also states, "As one of those four, I took the opportunity to argue that Federal Vision's view of apostasy was, as far as I could tell, a denial, however unintentional, of the biblical doctrine of perseverance of the saints. That is a rather serious problem. One cannot deny perseverance, or affirm a system of thought that leaves little room for perseverance, and still claim to be Reformed or confessional. "
Notice his recognition that any "system of thought" that denies these things cannot claim to be Reformed or confessional, and is "toward" Rome. These charges are quite serious, hopefully RC Sproul Jr., will be a beacon of light in the CREC.