ISIS is stirring up a lot of trouble as of late. Stories coming out of the Levant are horrific. Nations around the world are holding emergency talks to decide what they can do. 1,194 more words
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Protestant Christianity relies not only on the belief in divine inspiration, but also the exclusivity of the biblical canon as infallible revelation from God. Not many pastors could hope to keep their job if they were to state that the Bible is not infallible or that divine inspiration might not be limited to the Bible. 1,241 more words
I got a really elaborate question about the infallibility of Scripture from an old friend of mine. I am breaking her complex questions into a number of smaller posts so that each isn’t excessively long. 468 more words
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2 Peter 1:20 … no prophecy of scripture is a matter of one’s own interpretation
On the GreenBaggins blog, he asks,
“I do want to ask formally this question: if the RCC has a monopoly on the interpretation of the Bible, how come they have not come out with an inerrant commentary on the Bible?