Tonight a girl from our Melbourne church asked me how a feminist can read the Bible. In particular, she wondered why the Bible treats women so negatively, as the ones who do the wrong thing. I thought it was a good question and it expresses what I think is a common perception […]
In my last post, I looked at Dunn’s concept of the word of God interpreted by the Spirit and asked how the messiness of that works out in experience. Fortunately, Dunn answers some of these questions in the second half of the book.
Previously in this series I looked at the complicated question of how to define inerrancy. It’s all very well to say that the Bible contains no errors, but even Sproul seemed confused about whether that means the Bible is a scientific authority. Furthermore, how we interpret the Bible may have […]