Fundamentalism’s Final Arbiter

I could not find the original source of the quotation, but presume that it is somewhere on Fred Clark's blog Slacktivist.

 

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  • http://blogforthelordjesus.wordpress.com Mike Gantt

    There is no doubt that some people who profess a high view of Scripture do so selectively or even hypocritically. What troubles me about your frequent posts on the Bible is that you seem to think that holding a high view of the Bible is ipso facto evidence of hypocrisy.Must one consider it merely the words of men before being considered as acting in good faith toward others?

    • newenglandsun

      James McGrath comes out to me as holding a high view.

      • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/exploringourmatrix/ James F. McGrath

        Umm, what do you mean by that?

        • newenglandsun

          Mike Gantt said:
          “There is no doubt that some people who profess a high view of Scripture do so selectively or even hypocritically. What troubles me about your frequent posts on the Bible is that you seem to think that holding a high view of the Bible is ipso facto evidence of hypocrisy.”

          What I mean, is that your taking the Bible more critically allows you to maintain a higher view than those who would take it literally.

          • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/exploringourmatrix/ James F. McGrath

            I thought that might have been what you meant. I guess it was your language of my “coming out to you” that threw me off…


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