Certainty is Doubt

I love teaching the first year seminar class “Faith, Doubt, and Reason.” Reading Clifford and Tillich, the Bible and Hume, all in one semester makes for great conversations. In Monday’s class we talked about the meaning of faith. Clifford famously discussed the moral implications of accepting claims on insufficient evidence. When Tillich was brought into the [Read More...]

Inerrancy’s Broken Promise

Fred Clark has a great post on Biblical inerrancy, and the fact that it cannot deliver what its proponents claim that it can. He writes: It doesn’t work. That’s the fatal flaw of biblical inerrancy — it just plain doesn’t work. I don’t just mean that it’s a poor hermeneutic that encourages self-deception and projection and [Read More...]

Easy Mistake To Make

From the Faith and Theology blog. [Read more...]

N. T. Wright vs. R. C. Sproul and Al Mohler on Evolution

HT Persona [Read more...]

Free English Standard Version Bible

Logos software and Crossway books have made available for free, for a limited time, the ESV (English Standard Version), for use with the Faithlife Bible app. Click through for more details and to download the app if you don’t already have it, or just log in if you already have it to get the free [Read More...]

Is it OK to Doubt the Bible?

An interesting conversation between Tom Thatcher, professor at Cincinnati Christian University, and Tyler McKenzie, teaching pastor at Northeast Christian Church. Whatever you think of some of the details of the conversation, it reflects a dialectic approach that progressive Christians can embrace: On the one hand, recognizing that doubting and even disbelieving the Bible is not only [Read More...]

Literalism Humor

Joke-teller: So Ken Ham, Al Mohler, and Pat Robertson walk into a bar… Literalist: Really?!     And for those who don’t face the challenges that literalists do (or should) with humor, there’s this: [Read more...]

Pete Enns on the Inconsistent Literalism of alleged “Biblical Literalists”

Pete Enns’ blog has moved to Patheos, as regular readers of it will know. Take this opportunity to update your subscriptions if you haven’t already, and check out his latest post, which points out the inconsistency of Al Mohler’s “apparent age” approach to dealing with issues at the intersection of Bible and science. Here’s the [Read More...]

Funny Video Overload

On blogs I read, the past few days have seen the sharing of the following videos. You are bound to really love at least one, and will most likely enjoy all of them. First, via IO9 here’s Brent Spiner (aka Cmd. Data) doing his impressive Patrick Steward (aka Jean-Luc Picard) impression: Via Marc Cortez, the [Read More...]


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