Inerrancy

For those following along, I wanted to post a better way than buckets  to read Scripture as a Christian. You can read it with the Church Fathers. First, begin here […]

Willimon - "We cannot be accused of bibliolatry, inerrancy, literalism, or fundamentalism"

Yesterday, a question was posed in one of the UMC FB forums about inerrancy. Granted, this question was posed by a rather young, confused non-Methodist, but it sparked conversation. One […]

I am building up a (sorta) response to Thom Rainer’s 20 Influential Evangelicals list. My list will include mainline Christians, but in asking the question last night on Facebook, I […]

I believe it is time for us to begin to think about these things! Period! Joel Watts last blog in this blog is excellent if one take seriously what he […]

Defining Scriptural Authority

Christians tend to use Scripture. Let’s not kid ourselves. It is difficult to be a Christian and not have sometime, or another, used Scripture. For some, it is the central […]