On vacation

| June 24, 2008

Just a note – I’m on vacation with limited online access.  I’m sure I’ll fall behind on posts and comments.  Back July 2.

Pre-Scientific Worldview “Problem” and Inerrancy

| June 20, 2008

Taking off on Chet’s lengthy response to my “Definitions of Inerrancy” post: The first thing I’d like to pursue is Chet’s criticism of the word “affirm” — I also think it’s a weasel-word. You quote 1 Cor. 11:14, which says, “Does not nature itself teach you that if a man wears long hair it is […]

Looking at the Inerrancy Definitions, Part 1

| June 18, 2008

Let me say at the outset that I personally have no problem with the word “inerrancy” and want to embrace such a doctrine as an evangelical. My problem is that I’m not sure how to articulate what the word should mean so that it’s honest, defensible, and coherent. I believe truth corresponds to reality (correspondence […]

Definitions of Inerrancy

| June 14, 2008

Well, here we go with the inerrancy issue. Hopefully by now you have read the required readings for this discussion (yes, they are required; I have specific goals with this thread, and comments posted that make me think you haven’t done the reading will likely not be displayed). In the wake of the readings, I’ve […]

Peter Enns’ Definition of Inerrancy

| June 11, 2008

This is more grist for the mill that begins grinding next week – Peter Enns’ own statement on inerrancy courtesy of John Hobbins’ blog (is John really the Lawnmower Man?). Technorati Tags: inerrancy, inspiration, Peter Enns