SUGGESTION: Inspired Imperfection by Gregory Boyd

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Jack Hairston | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Feb 8 2020 3:06 PM

Inspired Imperfection by Greg Boyd

  • Gleason Archer’s Encyclopedia of Biblical Difficulties tries to explain the booboos. Could there be a simpler explanation?
  • How many preachers do you know that would survive a criticism of Bible inerrancy?
  • What, exactly, does “God-breathed” (2 Timothy 3:16) mean? If we assume that a perfect God would create a perfect Bible, we set our kids up to abandon their faith in secular schools. Why would we do that?
  • Can we wrestle with the weird parts of the Bible and still believe it came from God?
  • How do the problem passages enhance the Bible’s authority? How should we respond to the Village Atheist?
  • How would admitting that the Bible actually has errors give a whole new dimension to the concept of the love of God toward humans?

Here are the sermons that introduced the concept to the congregation that he pastors.

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A similar theme was explored by J. R. R. Tolkien’s Silmarillion where God’s enemy introduced dis-chords into God’s symphony, but God added new harmonies to make the whole symphony even more beautiful in unexpected ways. To see how this can happen, watch the beginning of

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