Tag Archives: inerrancy

Absolute Perfection?… Oh My

There is a new book just out, a collection of essays edited by James K. Hoffmeier and Dennis R. Magary Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith? exploring a wide range of topics written by seminary professors from several different institutions … Continue reading

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Out of Egypt? … Say What?

Kevin DeYoung, Senior Pastor at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan and a self proclaimed evangelical¬†(because there is no other kind), posted 10 Reasons to Believe in a Historical Adam on the Gospel Coalition website last week. His post … Continue reading

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Bible and Authority Revisited

A couple of weeks ago I had a brief post asking why the scientific theory of evolution was a challenge for faith, but a scientific theory explaining weather was not a problem. (See here for the post: God, Science, and … Continue reading

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