All Blog Posts With Tag: Inerrancy

If you missed today's live video discussion on The Errors of Inerrancy: #8 The Protestant Reformers Would Not Affirm Biblical Inerrancy (Martin Luther, John Calvin, et al.), then you may watch the video replay here, or watch it with comments on our PostBarthian FaceBook page.  In this video, I talk about Calvin's view […]
 
James Barr interrogates Karl Barth in his book "Fundamentalism" to determine if Barth is a fundamentalist after all. Barr tells a story about a meeting between John Baillie and Karl Barth, in which Baillie strives to get Barth to confess that Methuselah did not really live 969 years as it […]
 
John Calvin's Biblical Eyeglasses The Reformed theologian, John Calvin, said the Bible is like eyeglasses that allow us to see God and without the spectacles of Scripture, we are like an old person with blurry vision and unable to see God or or see God in Creation. In the event of reading the Scriptures […]
 
[The Errors of Inerrancy: A ten-part series on why Biblical Inerrancy censors the Scriptures and divides Evangelicals.] 6. Inerrancy obscures Jesus with the Bible John Calvin said that the Bible is similar to eyeglasses that allow us to see Jesus. If the Bible may be compared to eyeglasses, then Biblical Inerrancy may be […]
 
[The Errors of Inerrancy: A ten-part series on why Biblical Inerrancy censors the Scriptures and divides Evangelicals.] The Errors of Inerrancy: #5 Inerrancy reduced the Biblical Authors into Ventriloquist Dummies Inerrancy is a dictation theory of inspiration, commonly referred to as Plenary Verbal Inspiration, where each and every word of Scripture is precisely […]
 
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