What is this post about? It is about the argument between those who use the expression “biblical inerrancy” and those use the expression “biblical literalism”. Those who say we can trust the Bible use the expression “biblical inerrancy”. Those who say we cannot trust the Bible use the expression “biblical literalism”. Oddly, Bing and Google […]
via THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON BIBLICAL INERRANCY — On the Pilgrim Road
Good post; I appreciate your research and showing search engine bias and calling out strawman of inerrancy
Keep up the good work
Your post subject is basically about Christian Bible Fundamentalist beliefs that every word in the Bible is set in stone.
When I wrote my novel, I knew it might upset Bible fundamentalists believers. However, I believe that any means to convey the message of the Bible to promote wisdom and love is meaningful worth the time and effort.
In our contemporary world, where in my opinion, it is major task to just convince people to read the Bible and discern how to relate to all the trials and tribulations we all encounter in life,, I really doubt it wise for Christians to argue with each other over anything about the Bible.
Instead we should all focus on the message of Jesus Christ and allow the Bible to work individually on each person. Or in other words, let the words in the Bible open the door to allow Jesus to enter the hearts and souls of readers to help guide them in their lives.
Regards and goodwill blogging.
Pretty much agree. The Apostle Paul distinguished between core issues and differences where the Bible is unclear. Which day of the week we celebrate the Lord’s Day does not much matter, but whether Jesus is God matters.
We may not always know how to obey our Lord, but it essential that we know our Shepherd and do our best to follow Him.