Chemtrails & Creationists: ‘Biblical inerrancy’ as conspiracy theory

Contrails

“Inerrancy” is a kind of conspiracy theory. In this framework, theologians and biblical scholars are the equivalent of Air Force spokesmen. Seminaries are Area 51 (“they” will never admit what really goes on in there). [Read more...]

Love and justice are what give us ears to hear

"If I understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith ... but do not have love, I am nothing."

Let me revisit what I’m trying to say in the previous post — “Without justice, we’re not reading the same book.” Tony Jones points toward something similar in his recent discussion of Matthew Vines’ book God and the Gay Christian: Vines’s book is oddly lacking in autobiography. He briefly recounts the day that he came [Read More...]

Without justice, we’re not reading the same book

KnowingGod

We will never produce justice as a result of better biblical understanding unless we also produce better biblical understanding as a result of justice. [Read more...]

Learning to walk without gravity

Nebo

Some late-Friday stuff, including: How “love for Israel” can be a kind of anti-Semitism; worshipping the bronze serpent; bearing false witness against our neighbors; updating that infamous Lee Atwater quote; and the dangers of holistic medicine. [Read more...]

Whatever happened to the clobber texts for slavery? (Unlearning the lies, cont’d.)

appomattox

When we see this text on the home page of this blog, we will know that WordPress’ excerpt function is functional, at which point we will replace this with an actual excerpt. [Read more...]

‘Ambiguity proposes, preference disposes’: We have to choose

BlakeRuth

To read the Bible is to interpret the Bible, which is to say it requires us to choose between possible meanings. This choosing is constant and unavoidable. There is no such thing as reading the Bible without making such choices. Those who imagine that they are reading the Bible without choosing are simply choosing subconsciously, or unconsciously. [Read more...]

Smart people saying smart things (6.17)

Louisville

Dr. Jen Gunter responds to the odious George Will; Marika Rose on women in systematic theology; Richard Burridge on those evil, unbiblical abolitionists; Danny Cortez won’t lead a church that won’t accept his son; and more from Joyce Arthur. [Read more...]

‘Biblically correct in every way’

Biblical2

News item: “Tim Chey, the director behind the upcoming big-budget ‘David and Goliath’ film, told The Christian Post in an exclusive interview that the project is set to be ‘biblically correct in every way,’ and that he hopes audiences will be moved to tears when they see it.” [Read more...]


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