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Infallibility and Inerrancy in the 17th Century

There is a contention that “inerrancy” is a bit of a new doctrine (something post-Hodge and Warfield) and is thus a bit of an invention: 590 more words

Married Priests: The Deeper Issue

A recent interview given by Pope Francis to the German publication Die Zeit has caused alarm once more, stirring the ashes of settled controversies and demonstrating how ineffective the press interview actually is as a medium of papal communication. 1,378 more words

Church Life

The Bible, Inerrancy / Infallibility

It’s the beginning of the week and we are busy, but not too busy for a small dose of theology. Today, I wan to deal quickly the the concept of the inerrancy and infallibility of Scripture. 809 more words


I Was There

2 Peter 1:16-21
For Sunday, February 26, 2017
Transfiguration Sunday, Year A

Following Christ well means giving special consideration to those predecessors who were there from the beginning.   710 more words


James Orr, The Virgin Birth of Christ, Lecture One

The work from 1907 consists of the transcript s of “Lectures Delivered Under the Auspices of the Bible Teachers’ Training School New York, April 1907.” Dr. 732 more words

The Holy Spirit and the Bible

The Spirit puts nothing new into the Bible.  He only so enlightens and strengthens our faculties that we can discern and admire what is there already. 104 more words

Book Of Psalms


The public knows that human beings are fallible.
Only people blinded by ideology fall into the trap
of believing in their own infallibility.

(Freeman Dyson, English physicist and mathematician)


Visions And Fictions