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Entries Tagged as 'Inerrancy'

Myth, Truth and Genesis 1-11

May 24th, 2010 44 Comments

In Naturalism Defeated, Evan Fales attacks the biblical teaching that man is made in the image of God. One reason he gives is, “How seriously, then, should one take the testimony of Genesis 1:26-27? … There is the generally mythical character of Genesis; many of the themes in the first 11 chapters are borrowed from, […]

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Inerrancy and The Originals: A Response to John FH

April 4th, 2010 3 Comments

John FH of Ancient Hebrew Poetry has written a thoughtful hazing of some of my posts on inerrancy, Inerrancy and Biblical Authority and Two Forms of Inerrancy. The points he raised are issues worth taking up. John’s first concern is that the two conceptions of inerrancy I set out, those of Verbal Plenary Inspiration (VPI) […]

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Sunday Study: Two Forms of Inerrancy

February 8th, 2010 6 Comments

The discussion arising in response to my recent post Inerrancy and Biblical Authority, both on this blog and on some of the blogs that linked to it, got me thinking a bit more about this topic. I was reminded of an interesting comment made by Alan Rhoda regarding the doctrinal statement of the Evangelical Philosophical […]

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Sunday Study: Inerrancy and Biblical Authority

January 18th, 2010 46 Comments

Recently Glenn Peoples and Dominic Bnonn Tennant had an interesting exchange over the issue of biblical inerrancy, the doctrine, that the bible contains no errors. In his post, Errantly Assuming Inerrancy in History, Peoples makes this interesting comment, While there has always been a clear expression of the view that what Scripture teaches is correct, […]

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