Blog Archives

If you Don’t Believe in the Inerrancy of Scripture, on What Basis can you Interpret Scripture?

The doctrine of biblical inerrancy is very recent in Christian history First, let’s put biblical inerrancy into perspective. Two centuries or so ago, and for all of Christian history before that, not a single Christian church, denomination, or preacher held

Tagged with: , , , , , , ,
Posted in The Bible Re-Viewed

From Literal Slavery to Spiritual Freedom

In Exodus 6:5–6, God said to Moses: I have heard the groaning of the Israelites whom the Egyptians are holding as slaves, and I have remembered my covenant. Say therefore to the Israelites, “I am the Lord, and I will

Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Posted in The Bible Re-Viewed

The Bible Doesn’t Say It!

I’ve written a new article on “Christian Beliefs” that the Bible Doesn’t Teach.  Its purpose is to show that many old, traditional, and common “Christian beliefs” are not actually taught in the Bible, even though many people think they are. This

Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Posted in All About God, The Bible Re-Viewed

The Bible: Literal Inerrancy vs. Divine Depths of Meaning

Here is a comment that a reader named Ben made on my article, “Can We Really Believe the Bible?”: We can definitely believe the Bible. There is no denying that careful interpretation and context are important, but there is no

Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Posted in The Bible Re-Viewed
Lee & Annette Woofenden

Lee & Annette Woofenden

Featured Book

Outlines of the Religion and Philosophy of Swedenborg

By Theophilus Parsons

(Click the cover image or title link to review or purchase on Amazon)

Join 1,120 other followers

Earlier Posts
Blog Stats
  • 2,631,151 hits