From: Brian E. Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Apr 05 1997 - 02:01:07 EST
>At 8:46 PM +0000 2/19/97, Brian E. Wilson wrote:
>What is wrong with regarding the Scripture as the supremely-
>authoritative, God-breathed imperfect confirmation of the good news of
>Christ? In my view, this is consistent with the above and with every
>part of the Scripture, including the way in which Jesus himself regarded
>Scripture as supremely-authorative, God-breathed and imperfect.
It is refreshing to see this view expressed on B-Greek.
>Paul Watkins (from another list) wrote:
>Brian, you have been removed from the Greek list. I'm afraid we can't
>tolerate non-inerrantism, as that is the plank upon which our entire
>faith rests. You say it rests on the gospel, and I say the gospel
>message would not have come to us if it weren't for that inerrant
>Bible. If it is errant, the gospel cannot be trusted and there is
>nothing we can trust in. We do not seek approbation by men of the
>things of God. Let God be true and every man a liar!
>Please understand that while you consider yourself evangelical, few
>true evangelicals would. Belief in the inerrancy and infallibility of
>Scripture is central to the faith. Denial of that is no less than
>heresy, and I would admonish you to seek the Lord's favor with tears
>that He might reform your heart and overcome the wisdom of man which
>presently defines your religion.
Thank you, Micheal!
-- Brian E. Wilson
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.4 : Sat Apr 20 2002 - 15:38:11 EDT