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Articles & Essays
Inspiration and Incarnation
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Responding to Critics
A Response to Paul Helm
Responses to Some General Criticism of I&I
Criticism 1: I&I Is Inconsistent with the Reformed Faith
Criticism 2: I&I Ignores Other Possible Solutions
Criticism 3: I&I Denies Inerrancy
Criticism 4: I&I Lacks Precision and Clarity
Criticism 5: I&I Has Been Criticized by Some Important Scholars
Responses to Other Critical Reviews
Interactions with Bruce Waltke
My response to the Introduction of Bruce Waltke’s surrejoinder to my response above.
Bruce Waltke’s Revisiting Inspiration and Incarnation.
A Response to Richard Pratt
I&I and Westminster Theological Seminary
I&I and the Westminster Confession of Faith
My Response from the Westminster Theological Journal (Spring 2009)
Christianity Today Coverage
Science, Faith, and Inerrancy
December 15, 2013
On God, Shooting Children, and Still Having no Answers
September 25, 2013
Rob Bell, Oprah, and N. T. Wright. Yeah, you heard me.
August 30, 2013
Honor Your Head, Don’t Live In It. (or, I Think I’m a Protestant)
August 16, 2013
Losing My Religion (At Least That’s the Plan)
August 11, 2013
Honesty in the Journey (or On the Raising of Young Heretics)
August 08, 2013
A Calvinist learns from Catholics how to be a better Calvinist–part 2 in a series
August 07, 2013
A young Calvinist discovers grace in Spanish Catholic mystics. (If that’s what it takes.)
July 31, 2013
The harm of abstract theologizing: some thoughts by Frederica Mathewes-Green
May 30, 2013
From Fear to Faith–stories about leaving conservative churches
April 04, 2013
Is Evangelicalism a 6th Grade Version of Mature Christianity?
March 05, 2013
Jesus Told Me He Wants Me to Blog More
March 01, 2013
Why I Don’t Believe in God Anymore
February 20, 2013
The Most Sobering Verse in the Bible (at least for me)
February 12, 2013
“Living the Questions” is Great, But Not Enough
February 09, 2013
Are Churches Any Better Than Nightclubs? (hint: if the obvious choice were the right answer I wouldn’t have written this)
December 23, 2012
The Bible is a Smelly, Gross, Pile of Rotting Garbage.
December 15, 2012
On God, Shooting Children, and Having No Answers
November 21, 2012
Trying to Believe in God (or, listening to your inner atheist)
November 11, 2012
Gunnar, Viking Theologian of the “Hanging God”
October 24, 2012
Driving Through San Francisco: I Am Better Than You
October 03, 2012
The Christian Journey: Walking without Jesus (or, you are not God’s robot)
September 24, 2012
Outgrowing Evangelicalism: It’s Not Just for Scholars Anymore
September 09, 2012
Is it Possible for Christian Institutions to be Followers of Jesus? (Don’t rush me, I’m thinking)
August 29, 2012
Rethinking Sin and Heretics? Neil Williams Says “Yes”
August 29, 2012
Getting the Bible Right is Not Just About Getting the Bible Right (on therapy, recycling, loving your neighbor, and realizing you are not God)
August 07, 2012
Does Jesus Have Anything to Say about How We Relate to Others (and is anybody going to listen?)
August 07, 2012
GospelMemes? What are they? Are they legal? And how much does it cost to feed them?
March 23, 2012
Thinking too Hard Will Change What You Believe (And That’s a Good Thing).
March 19, 2012
Why Privilege the Christian Story Among all Other Stories?
December 14, 2011
Just Sit There
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