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Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Circular Reasoning To most circular reasoning is more of a logical fallacy than a valid argument. This is assumed so because circular reasoning resembles that of the Begging the Question Fallacy. The … Continue reading
Definitions of infallibility differ widely. In common speech, ‘infallibility‘ can refer to a person (or a group of persons), to an act of teaching by these persons, or to the information being taught. Infallibility is sometimes used to refer to … Continue reading
So I did a post on what is inerrancy a while back. And a few people liked it. But after I did a few more post on the issue of inerrancy, I realized I would also need to do a post … Continue reading
Survey of the Belief of biblical inerrancy in the U.S.: On 2007-MAY-25, Gallup reported the results of a national poll on Biblical inerrancy. Those polled were asked which of three statements comes closest to describing their personal views about the … Continue reading
“The doctrine of the inspiration of Scripture does not stand in the relationship of a priori but a posteriori in our theology. The doctrine of verbal inspiration is not the basis of our systematic theology and is not the major … Continue reading
10 Questions to ask a Christian I thought this would be interesting, because I’ve seen several questionnaires like this, but I wanted something that would go deep and to get people someone thinking. (Please give realistic and honest answers.) 1. Do you … Continue reading
Making Sense of Inspiration For anybody who has followed my blog, this has been my biggest gripe and stumbling block on dealing with the Inerrancy-Errancy of the Bible. And I have for the most part, I’ve come to realize the bible has … Continue reading
Contribution Post By Eric Hatfield from The Way? & Is there a God? Starting point It is best I begin by outlining where I’m coming from. I believe the evidence points to God being the creator and designer of … Continue reading
Contribution Post by Nathan Owens from Finding Truth I became a Christian just before my 10th birthday, and I was regularly leading our song service, leading prayers, teaching classes, even giving short sermons before I graduated from high school. I … Continue reading
The Scripture at the heart of this debate is 2 Timothy 3:16-17: “16 All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, 17 so that the servant [man] of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” … Continue reading
I guess the greater question is when talking about biblical inerrancy; —first & foremost what exactly is inerrancy? Well, when you have discussions, on inerrancy it’s always good to start out by defining the term. But that’s actually where the … Continue reading