Inerrancy and Worldview

Here is an interview with Vern Poythress of Westminster Seminary conducted about 10 years ago. It defines and contends against the deficient impersonalist worldview that dominates western secular thought. Abstract If I am not mistaken, the cultural background of the word “falsify” lies mainly in reflections on the nature of science and what makes empirical knowledge stable. The word tends to carry along with it … Continue reading Inerrancy and Worldview

Doubt Is a Sin, and Jesus Never Sinned — Denny Burk

The Roman Catholic theologian George Tyrell famously criticized the theological liberalism of Adolf Harnack with these words: “The Christ that Harnack sees… is only the reflection of a Liberal Protestant face, seen at the bottom of a deep well.” Tyrell’s depiction of Harnack’s project actually serves as a timeless warning against a common temptation that… Doubt Is a Sin, and Jesus Never Sinned — Denny Burk Continue reading Doubt Is a Sin, and Jesus Never Sinned — Denny Burk