I’m not going to spell out all my biblical and theological reasons. Rather I’ll point you to my plethora of posts here.
Oh good, because the last thing I need to hear are facts and an honest discussion. Nope. I don’t care about context, or the original languages, or history or anything. I want to be able to read my bible and see what it tells me (which, ironically enough is everything that I believed already).
But, Scott does have an interesting story to tell:
I am not for experientionalism or whatever it is called that doesn’t put a red, squiggly line under the word that I am trying to use to mean that I don’t like doctrine by experience.
But in my own experience, I did not burst into flames or have a meltdown the first time I ‘sat under’ a woman teacher, which is odd given that ever other (theological-praxis) change brought that sort of meltdown
- How to deal with theological differences (upmic.wordpress.com)
- Thoughts on the Theology and Praxis Divide (achorusofehoes.wordpress.com)
- Conference Announcement: Some Thoughts on ‘The Bible’s Buried Secrets’ (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com)
- Proofs for the Regulative Principle of Worship: A Missoula Need (Part 3) (missoulaurc.wordpress.com)