Category Archives: Doctrine of Scripture

In Defense of Theological Defensiveness

It has been hard to discern what the real story of the last week or so has been.  Is it that Rob Bell has questioned the doctrine of hell, or is it that Calvinists like John Piper and Justin Taylor … Continue reading

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Inerrancy and Christian Practice

Kevin DeYoung has a great post today on the concept of inerrancy in the lives of ordinary believers. There are a number of theologians who deny inerrancy today for one reason or another.  There was even a brief time in … Continue reading

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What Is Bibliolatry?

Those who hold to a high view of Scripture have often been accused of “bibliolatry,” or the sin of worshiping the Bible as a false god.  This charge has never made sense to me, and here is why. In any … Continue reading

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