Giving the Text the Benefit of the Doubt (Blomberg)

After a cursory reading of two texts that seemingly contradict each other, many New Testament critics simply say the Bible has errors.  Their logic usually goes like this: "Mark said one thing, Matthew said another.  Both can't be right.  Therefore, the Bible has errors and you're foolish to trust it." But it's not that simple. … Continue reading Giving the Text the Benefit of the Doubt (Blomberg)

Inspiration, Criticism, and Fallacious Understanding

Modern critics of Scripture argue that since we only have copies of the words God inspired, we don’t have God’s actual and inspired word.  Bart Ehrman said it like this: “If God really wanted people to have his actual words, surely he would have miraculously preserved those words, just as he had miraculously inspired them… Continue reading Inspiration, Criticism, and Fallacious Understanding