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Does the Bible Contradict Itself? – Part 2

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Does the Bible Contradict Itself? – Part 1

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Are communists infallible?

Many critics seem to assume so, for some strangely polemical reason. Saint Joe simply points out:

Nobody in our Party is absolutely “infallible.” Such people do not exist. (Works, volume 9, p. 78).

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Infallibility of Scripture: Enlightenment and Elitism

I’ve often wondered if the position of inerrancy and/or infallibility is more the child of the Enlightenment’s scientific accuracy rather than that of Scripture itself. For instance, doesn’t the fact that there are four Gospels that differ in some ways in the way they tell the same event an affirmation of the need for variation in our theory of inspiration? 799 more words

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Infallibility of Scripture: Preservation and Preparation

When considering the inspiration and “God-ness” of the Bible, bear in mind that accounting for the human side of the inspiration/preservation process is not a denial of the divine origin of the content of Scripture. 572 more words

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If You Lie, You Die

Acts 5:1   But a man named Ananias, with his wife Sapphira, sold a piece of property, 2 and with his wife’s knowledge he kept back for himself some of the proceeds and brought only a part of it and laid it at the apostles’ feet.

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Infallibility of Scripture: Thinking about Truth

Continuing on from the last post on Origen’s views, what can we say about truth? There are three criteria by which to judge whether something is true or not: 1) does a statement match the facts, 2) does a statement cohere with a web of other known truths or person’s characteristics, and 3) does the statement produce the results which it promises? 887 more words

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