recovering from inerrancy in the second half of life

I met an old friend for lunch yesterday. He was, once upon a time, firmly ensconced in a career in the ueber-conservative world of “Evangelical orthodoxy”–and he actually had a pretty good gig. He left because of inerrancy. He could not square that non-negotiable pillar of the evangelical system with (1) how the Bible behaves [Read More…]