Category: Inerrancy

Outreach: Does the Inerrancy of the Bible Matter Evangelistically?

Introduction Throughout this series (http://servantsofgrace.org/an-attack-on-marriage-is-ultimately-an-assault-on-gods-character-and-gods-word/) and (http://servantsofgrace.org/teaching-feelings-opinions-or-the-inerrancy-of-the-bible/) we’ve looked at how inerrancy relates to the family and the church but today we will look at how inerrancy relates to outreach. Some people may think that outreach isn’t really related to inerrancy at all, but such people are gravely mistaken. If the Bible isn’t without error then that will affect how we engage in evangelism, discipleship, missions, and apologetics. At present some Christians are focusing more on what they think about the Bible rather than what the Bible says about Adam being a historical person. If Adam isn’t a historical person...

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Teaching, Feelings, Opinions, or the Inerrancy of the Bible

In the first post in this series (http://servantsofgrace.org/an-attack-on-marriage-is-ultimately-an-assault-on-gods-character-and-gods-word/) we learned about attacks on inerrancy as they relate to the family. In the second post in this series today we will learn about those who deny inerrancy by placing their feelings above the truth of Scripture. Friedrich Schleiermacher was born November 21, 1768 and died February 12, 1834. Schleimacher began not with the Bible, a creed, or revelation, but with personal experiences that happened to the individual and the community.  The influence of Schleiermacher is felt today among those who deny inerrancy by placing their opinions above the truth of...

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An Attack on Marriage is Ultimately an Assault on God’s Character and God’s Word

Charles Spurgeon is considered the Prince of Preachers but what is often not known about him and his ministry is that he faced attacks on the inspiration and inerrancy of the Bible he loved to proclaim to God’s people the world over. Spurgeon faced challenges from all corners with people who wanted him to compromise, and from evolution. Spurgeon in the midst of all of these challenges declared that “believers must never adjust the Bible to the age, but the age to the Bible.”[i] Just as Spurgeon faced attacks on inerrancy, evangelical Christians are under attack by those who...

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Guest Post over at New Leaf Press: Outreach: Does the Inerrancy of the Bible Matter Evangelistically?

Here is last guest post in my series on Inerrancy over at New Leaf Press. Here is the first paragraph of the post: At present some Christians are focusing more on what they think about the Bible rather than what the Bible says about Adam being a historical person. If Adam isn’t a historical person then we will have issues with our understanding of sin, salvation, the Church, and all facets of ministry. Theology has consequences and denying inerrancy whether explicitly or implicitly is one of those issues that while not explicitly a Gospel issue will have devastating effects on our understanding and implementation of the Gospel into every area of our lives and or ministries. To read the read of the post click...

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