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Paul & the Faithfulness of God

One of the Christmas presents my wife gave me was N.T. Wright’s latest big book (if you know his work you know what I mean by “big book.”), Paul and the Faithfulness of God. In Chapter 2 (which I just … Continue reading

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Divine Information

Yesterday I mused about some comments Al Mohler made during an ETS meeting about inerrancy. He said, Would God give inaccurate information in a revelation to us? No. But in revelation he would give us information that we can see, … Continue reading

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Listening to Al

I see that in a recent ETS event Al Mohler said, Would God give inaccurate information in a revelation to us? No. But in revelation he would give us information that we can see, can hear, and can know. A … Continue reading

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Adding Eternal Life

A guy walks up to Jesus. “Good teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life.” Or, taking it in context, we might paraphrase, “Jesus I already have everything a man could ever want. I’m rich. I’m happy. I just … Continue reading

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Fear of the Bible

One of the questions I see frequently from professional Christians is about good curriculum to use with particular groups. Like a broken record, my reply is always, “Why not just use the Bible?” When my son was 5, he did … Continue reading

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