Nov 162010
 

Though I disagree with the term “inerrant,” in all other ways I think Keith Matthison is right on target.  I would add that you can be just as firm regarding the basis for your interpretation and why you believe it is right and other interpretations are wrong, without saying that your opponent simply doesn’t believe the Bible.

(HT:  Dr. Platypus)

 Posted by at 9:17 am

  One Response to “Recognizing the Importance of Interpretation”

  1. I’m not a fan of the word “inerrant” either, but I think he puts his finger on something very important for Christians to hear and understand.

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