Why I Continue to Hold to Inerrancy

Apologetics and Theology

James Bishop is a thoughtful blogger who frequently writes on issues touching on theology, apologetics and biblical studies, I frequently link to his posts in my Midweek Apologetics Roundups. James recently wrote a thought-proving post […]

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4 Bible Passages That Totally Confuse Me

Apologetics and Theology

I love it when people contact me and seek clarification about the meaning of Bible passages. As a pastor and a Bible teacher, I love this stuff. Most of the time. There are certain passages […]

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7 Things to Remember When Reading the Bible

Bible

Many years ago, I had a couple of Roman Catholic ladies come to my door. They went on to explain to me that the problem with the world today was that too many people read […]

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3 Things for Pastors to Teach About the Bible

Leadership and Ministry

Christians need to learn the Bible It is well known that the average person in the pew no longer has a good grasp of the Bible. Yes there are a few exceptions in certain families […]

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The Other Key to Interpreting the Book of Revelation

Apologetics and Theology

Previously, I wrote on the key to interpreting the Book of Revelation. The point I was trying to make was that we need to interpret Revelation within its genre, which is apocalyptic literature. We should […]

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Protestant Biblical Interpretation

Apologetics and Theology

I truly believe that good biblical interpretation is one of the greatest needs within the Church. Hermeneutical errors have been responsible for heresies from the beginning. Thankfully there are some good principles that can help […]

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