Apologist Norman L. Geisler "Bart Ehrman’s denial of the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture has many driving factors. Some of those include his reaction to his training as a youth and the appeal of academic sophistication to him. Others relate to his struggle with the problem of evil. But clearly the reason he accepts many of his conclusions are because of his philosophical presuppositions and methodological ideology. Yet all of these have been shown to be faulty. This faulty methodology has led to his faulty theology. Thus his presuppositions, methodology, and historical claims are ..."
Everyone who continues in his or her Christian walk without having a deep personal Bible study will remain “unacquainted with the word of righteousness.” (Heb. 5:13) The Greek term behind “unacquainted” is apeiros, which in this context has the sense of one who is inexperienced, unskillful, or unacquainted with the Word of God. This Christian... Continue Reading →
Those Christians in and around Jerusalem in 66 C.E. needed acute discernment and perceptive powers to recognize the turn of events and flee. However, Paul five years earlier said, they had “become dull of hearing. For in view of the time [61 C.E., just five years before the attack by Cestius Gallus] you ought to be... Continue Reading →