Monthly Archives: December 2011

Two Abortionists Charged with Murder

WASHINGTON (AP) — Authorities say two out-of-state doctors who traveled to Maryland to perform late-term abortions have been arrested and charged with multiple counts of murder, an unusual use of a law that allows for murder charges in the death … Continue reading

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A Hill On Which To Die

In the book A Hill On Which To Die, author Paul Pressler describes his encounters in the Southern Baptist denomination during the 1970s and 1980s as he and a handful of other conservatives attempted to instill the inerrancy of scripture … Continue reading

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The Folly of Trying to Find An Author’s Intent

Dr. Tom Howe has written an excellent blog post showing that we must look for meaning in a text, not in an author’s mind. You can find it here. He concludes by saying, “Meaning comes from the text, and it … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To Supporters of Form Criticism

I understand that, because of your methodology, you generally do not believe the Bible is true, or at least hold portions of it as not really happening in history. That is fine, it really is. I have absolutely no issue … Continue reading

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Is it just your interpretation that the text is reliable?

There is a current controversy surrounding inerrancy, and it has become heated in recent months. The questions surround the degree of literalness of certain passages of scripture. Part of the issue is the intent of the author, which I have … Continue reading

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Licona/Geisler/Inerrancy

Today I have a note directed at the apologetics community. written in a blunt style. I beg your patience and understanding. I’m significantly disappointed in most of you. From reading the online discussions and comments about the current inerrancy issue, … Continue reading

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A Question For Atheists

I know you have a criticism that God’s actions presented in the Bible are evil, for you have told us this repeatedly. My question is from what perspective do you judge that God performs evil? If you say that God … Continue reading

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