Monday, February 02, 2009

The Inspiration of Scripture

What does it mean for Scripture to be inspired?

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At Tuesday, February 03, 2009 5:47:00 AM, Blogger Let Us Repent and Believe said...

Thanks for the posting brother, you are spot on as per usual. On another note, your new camera is awesome, very clear. Is that a new car? ;-]

At Tuesday, February 03, 2009 9:29:00 AM, Blogger Doug E. said...

Yeah, I really like the new camera but with the clarity I am now going to have to work on the lighting. We did get a different car too, I was wondering if anyone would notice. :-)


At Wednesday, February 04, 2009 2:25:00 AM, Anonymous bobby grow said...


good one! This is such a needed message to get out, there is so much confusion in this regard; esp. amongst "young" theologians, who are prone to be enamored by Karl Barth's view of scripture (while I see some helpful correctives with Barth on scripture [i.e. his emphasis on the scriptures' instrumentality --- like Calvin's view of scripture as "spectacles"], for the most part I find him wanting); and other liberal voices in this regard.

Anyway, wanted to share a book, it's a little older; but very good, it is entitled:

Christ & The Bible by John W. Wenham

His premise is that Jesus' view of scripture needs to be our view; and that Jesus viewed scripture plenary verbally inspired (and thus fully inerrant).

Anyway, great video!

At Wednesday, February 04, 2009 9:46:00 AM, Blogger Doug E. said...

Hey Bobby,

Thanks for the comment and the book recommendation. It sounds like a good one. I will have to check it out.



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