Category: Reformed Theology

The Weekly Roundup – 10.11.19

“So, reader be warned. Cultivating sensitivity to Christian anti-Judaism involves re-learning or at least re-thinking a body of material that “everybody knows.” Un-learning and re-learning, in my experience, is always challenging, often annoying, sometimes infuriating.” – Heather Thiessen. @AlchemistNon has constructed a moral argument… Continue Reading “The Weekly Roundup – 10.11.19”

Questioning the Inspiration of the Bible

The Westminster Confession of Faith1 which is utilized by a variety of Presbyterian and Reformed congregations, says this about the Bible: Our natural understanding and the works of creation and providence so clearly show God’s goodness, wisdom, and power that human beings have no excuse… Continue Reading “Questioning the Inspiration of the Bible”

James McGrath: Scriptura non sola

Over at his blog Religion Prof, James McGrath, Professor of Religion at Butler University, has a very nice and very short little piece about sola Scriptura. He notes that in a Sunday School class that he teaches he told the participants that the Bible is not… Continue Reading “James McGrath: Scriptura non sola”