Tag Archive: Inerrancy

Nov 28

Michael Kruger – Does the Bible Have Mistakes?

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Oct 07

Simon Turpin – Beware of Theologians “Redefining” Inerrancy

The belief in the Bible’s inerrancy has long been under attack not just from outside the church but also from within. Today there is an increasing number of pastors, theologians, churches, and theological institutes that use the term inerrancy, but it may well be a redefined meaning. Much of this is due to the compromise …

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Jan 24

Jim Hamilton – Scripture: The Evangelical View

The Sixty Six Books of the Protestant Canon Are Inspired by the Holy Spirit and Therefore Inerrant Evangelicals are first and foremost people of the gospel. With Jesus at the Father‘s right hand and the Apostles gone to their reward, we evangelicals hold that our sure source for knowledge of the gospel is the Bible. …

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Sep 30

Michael Boling – Inerrancy as an Issue in the Fundamentalist Movement: 1900 to the Present

INTRODUCTION The issue of inerrancy has and continues to remain a foundational element of the fundamentalist movement. It is from the doctrine of inerrancy that most of the accepted fundamentalist beliefs such as the deity of Christ, the virgin birth, the vicarious atonement, and the bodily second coming of Christ were founded upon. As noted …

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Aug 05

Hans Madueme – Some Reflections on Enns and The Evolution of Adam: A Review Essay

The gist of this new book by Peter Enns is that evangelicals should revise their expectations of Genesis and Paul—with reference to Adam and the fall—in order to relieve perceived tensions between Christianity and evolution. This thesis turns out to be controversial. On the one hand are evangelicals who disagree with Enns and judge his …

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Jul 02

Dave Jenkins – Liberalism, the Church and Inerrancy

Introduction Friedrich Schleiermacher was born November 21, 1768 and died February 12, 1834. Mr. Schleiermacher was considered the father of liberal theology. Schleimacher’s began not with the Bible, a creed, or revelation, but with personal experiences that happen to the individual and the community. The influence of Schleiermacher is felt today among those who deny …

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May 19

Tim Chaffey – The Rise and Fall of Inerrancy in the American Fundamentalist Movement

The Christian fundamentalist movement in America has been maligned, stereotyped, lampooned, and mocked. Fundamentalists have been compared to Muslim terrorists and called right-wing bigots and homophobes. 1 Most fundamentalists would often be the first to declare their imperfections, but these descriptions are typically over the top. Although there may always be some people who fuel …

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Nov 23

Dr. R. C. Sproul – Explaining Inerrancy

The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, adopted at a meeting of more than two hundred evangelical leaders in October 1978, rightly affirms that “the authority of Scripture is a key issue for the Christian church in this and every age.” But authority cannot stand in isolation, as the Statement shows. The authority of the Bible …

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Nov 18

Dr. Ivan Panin – The Inspiration of the Scriptures Scientifically Demonstrated

SIR:—In to-day’s SUN Mr. W.R.L. calls for a ”champion of orthodoxy” to “step into the arena of the SUN, ” and give him some “facts.” Here are some facts: 1. The first 17 verses of the New Testament contain the genealogy of the Christ. It consists of two main parts: Verses I-II cover the period …

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May 04

Book Review – The Scripture Cannot be Broken: Twentieth Century Writings on the Doctrine of Inerrancy

Ever since the serpent in the Garden of Eden asked Eve, “Hath God said”, Scripture has been under attack. Unfortunately, this attack is not merely coming from outside the walls of Christianity. Increasingly, the questioning of the inerrancy of Scripture in particular has reared its ugly head within the Christian blogosphere, and also within many …

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