Our upcoming National Conference (register here) will be on the Great Doctrines of the Bible. I will be speaking on the Bible (i.e., Bibliology). How important is the doctrine of the Bible to the rest of theology? More specifically, how important is the doctrine of Biblical inerrancy to the rest of systematic theology? Here’s a great quote from the late Norman
Have you ever seen a performance of Romeo and Juliet? Near the end of the play, Juliet takes a drug that induces a temporary, but deathlike, sleep, to avoid marrying a man she does not love. To add to the drama, her body is placed in a tomb. To all appearance she seems dead. But the audience knows better.
by Bob Wilkin, excerpted from an article originally published in the November 2007 edition of Grace in Focus The Principle Stated After a short ministry in Thessalonica, Paul moved on to Berea due to Jewish opposition. Again he went to the synagogues of the Jews. This time he was warmly received: “These [Jewish unbelievers in
The battle for the Bible is far from over. In his book, Can We Still Believe the Bible?: An Evangelical Engagement with Contemporary Question, professor Craig L. Blomberg makes some extraordinary (and controversial) claims about what counts as believing in inerrancy, especially in chapters 5 and 6. Earlier this month, our Editor, Bob Wilkin, wrote