Scholarship

We Still Remember: Exodus 17.14 and the Amalekites

In some scriptural situations, extreme biblical literalism would leave God either a failure or a liar. If we took every

Genesis

What Did Christ Really Say About Moses?

Christ is often used to substantiate the belief that Moses wrote the first five books of the bible – although

Genesis

Discussions on Genesis 1

As always, there is a large amount of discussion going on in the biblioblogosphere about one thing or another. This

Scripture

The Pitfalls of Literalism

I am Inerrantist, but not a Literalist, and here are some rambling thoughts on the matter.

Genesis

N.T. Wright on “unfaithful”, “flat” readings of Genesis

Feel free to comment,

Religion and Politics

Biblical inerrancy and the Alabama race for governor

Thanks to Dave Black for this:

NLT

My NLT has more miracles than your KJV

Joel has a great question, The KJV uses the word “miracle” (or “miracles”) less than 30 times. The ESV, only

Augustine

Augustine On The Literal Reading of Genesis 1-3

Thought this might interest a few: