Moving to Bellingham Statement 2

| October 28, 2008

Just so you don’t need to go back and look, Bellingham Statement 1 (the revised version) went like this: I affirm that the Bible is revelation from God produced in writing through the agency of human authors. Although there are instances in the biblical record where God apparently dictated what would become part of the […]

Another Whack at Bellingham Statement 1

| October 14, 2008

Here’s the text of the original Bellingham Statement 1. I affirm that the Bible is revelation from God produced in writing through the agency of human authors. This agency involved human authors writing on the basis of their own abilities, education, styles, worldview, backgrounds, and idiosyncrasies. I deny that the writing of the Bible required […]

Accounting for Rare Instances of Dictation (Response)

| October 11, 2008

I’m back – with thanks to all of you for your patience and input on the first of what will be many statements for the “Bellingham Statement” on inspiration and inerrancy.  I think I can manage my schedule now – which means posting at least once a week on each of my blogs.  Here’s the […]