Getting a Grip on the Word of God

Posted On June 26, 2019

On this new theology segment of the Servants of Grace Podcast, Dave Jenkins looks at the dangers of theological liberalism, including the history behind it, and how it affects the Church today, along with the doctrine of biblical inerrancy.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • What theological liberalism is.
  • The history surrounding theological liberalism.
  • Liberalism, the Church, and Inerrancy.
  • What higher and lower criticism are and why they matter.
  • The 20th century a time of anxiety, biblical criticism, and evolution.

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