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Where is the Gospel in the Book of Romans?

Many see the book of Romans as a long presentation of the gospel as the New Testament explains it. There are many people who will reference the Romans Road, and explain that this great epistle is one large gospel-presentation. 690 more words


Thursday is For Theology

Thursday is for Theology. Why? Because they both start with H :)

This is definitely a better perspective on film and art in general: http://thegospelcoalition.org/article/the-problem-with-christian-films… 97 more words


On My Relationship with Scripture

I had a bit of a self-revelation this morning. It’s really nothing new, and probably something that happens to a lot of people in the Evangelical/post-Evangelical/millenial/trying-to-figure-out-how-to-follow-Jesus crowd. 650 more words


Quote of the Day

Inerrancy is a disruptive child in the theological classroom. He or she gets all the attention of teacher and students. A biblical view of inerrancy demotes it under the word true, all as part of God’s choice to communicate efficiently and sufficiently.

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Well-Versed Inerrancy

from Jesus Creed by Scot McKnight – Comments

In a book where the biggest terms are the last two, Five Views of Biblical Inerrancy, the problem is the word “biblical.” If this adjective means “inerrancy of the Bible” we haven’t much of a problem. 672 more words


What I Have Learned Most from the Sciences

from Jesus Creed by Scot McKnight – Read the Comments

Posted last week at BioLogos:

A student of mine recently wrote a paper in which he talked about growing up in a church that taught young earth creationism. 1,503 more words


The Highest Ambition

John Lennon is one of my all-time favorites, but my favorite thing about him isn’t his music.  It’s what he did from 1975 to 1980. 1,269 more words

Love Of Neighbor