Category: The Bible

Protestants Must Stop Acting Like Popes

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The Protestant movement centered around the rejection of the Pope’s infallibility in the 16th century, and its various sects and factions have found common ground in that idea ever since then. Ironically, more often than not, the modern Protestant individual seems to think that he has an infallible monopoly on Biblical truth. The doctrine of Read More …

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What Do Christians Actually Need to Take Away From the Genesis Creation Account?

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NB: This article is an expanded argument based on a comment I made on Kyle’s blog post “The Trouble With ‘Pop-Christian apologetics’,” if you want more context. What I’m going to attempt to do in this article is to present a minimalist account, from a position of epistemological conservatism, of what I believe all Christians Read More …

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How the Modern Church Disagrees With the Bible on Divine Inspiration

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A significant portion of the modern fundamentalist, evangelical church has heretically twisted the Biblically sound notion of divine inspiration in order to blasphemously deny the role of the human authors in favor of creating a doctrine that the Holy Spirit wrote everything in Scripture. This ultimately allows these segments of the fundamentalist, evangelical church to Read More …

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Why We Need to Revive the Lost Art of Biblical Criticism

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Criticism usually carries negative connotations of condescension and condemnation. However, in a more scholarly sense, criticism is a neutral, reasonable evaluation of something. As I began reading Was Christ Born at Bethlehem? : A Study on Credibility of St. Luke, 2nd Edition which was written in 1898 by a scholar named William Mitchell Ramsay, it Read More …

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