Monthly Archives: March 2011

Do We Really Believe What We’re Saying?

David Platt’s not dodgy on the gospel. Advertisements

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Evangelicals Divided

I found this post to be very enlightening, read the comments as well. HT: Steve Hays

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When the Bell is Rung…

This interview is probably going to make the rounds very quickly, but I thought I would post it with little comment (since it speaks volumes in and of itself). I do wish that Rob Bell got to answer Bashir’s question … Continue reading

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For Whom the Bell Tolls…

About a week ago Rob Bell released a video trailer promoting his upcoming book Love Wins, in which he asks several provocative questions about the eternal destination of unbelievers. He has his sites on the biblical, traditional and orthodox position … Continue reading

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Universalism and Romans 9

From James Anderson: Romans 9 1 I am speaking the truth in Christ — I am not lying; my conscience bears me witness in the Holy Spirit — 2 that I have great sorrow and unceasing anguish in my heart. … Continue reading

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Logic, Reason, and the Bible

Some Christians denounce the use of logic or reason when it comes to Scripture and theology. The truth is, however, these same folks use logic and reason when they come to the Scriptures and theology. It’s inescapable. Yet, somehow, the … Continue reading

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Thy Word is Truth?

Briefly stated, the doctrine of biblical inerrancy (from here on referred to as BI) is that the Scriptures as given by God Himself (God-breathed, inspired) are without error.  I am not here dealing with the transmission of the text, that … Continue reading

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