Responses to Mr. Molina’s Second Reply

| February 27, 2009

Mr. Molina writes: Could this be about how God sees/relates to history? He knows the end from the beginning, doesn’t this put Him then at an advantage (obviously, but bear with me) to “pull the strings” as it were of history, events and time, so that what seems like mistakes, errors, or mysteries to us […]

Responses to Mr. Molina’s First Reply

| February 27, 2009

I’m posting this due to the length of Mr. Molina’s reply.† I’ll follow this post with his second reply and my responses.† See “MSH” for my thoughts. ——- (start of Mr. Molina’s statement on inspiration) I believe that God intended to deliver specific, direct revelation at certain times, to certain people both to provide information […]

It’s been a slow few days …

| February 23, 2009

Just a note of apology. I threw out my back last Friday and have been basically immobilized since.† I still can’t sit for more than a few minutes (standing is a bit better), but I’ve managed to figure out a way to type and use the computer while basically reclining.† Hopefully only a few more […]

A Good Reminder About the “Original Text”

| February 20, 2009

Post from the Evangelical Textual Criticism blog. Technorati Tags: inerrancy, inspiration

Round Two with John Hobbins and the Bellingham Statement

| February 13, 2009

I really don’t like basketball (“ball in Mike’s court”), so the boxing metaphor is substituted! Once again, I’m pleased to chat with John and the rest of you in regard to his latest post responding to my comments on his revision of my Bellingham Statement draft.† Here goes! JH:† In reply to Mike’s most basic […]