Nicaea: not Rome’s Authority

In his 2016 article, Evangelical Exodus: The Protestant seminary that produced dozens of Catholic converts, Paul Senz describes a happening that perhaps precipitated or maybe merely coincides with the more recent #Exvangelical and #EmptyThePews phenomena. From Personal Experience Having personally attended classes at Southern Evangelical Seminary in 2013, I feel as though I dodged a …

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Peter Gurry’s Brief List of Text Criticism Resources

In Peter Gurry's recent review of Fragments of Truth, the FaithLife documentary film on the reliability of the Christian New Testament's underlying documents, Mr. Gurry provides a truly helpful list of readily accessible, scholarly resources that allow one to come to their own conclusion about the dependability and authenticity of the Bible. ▪ Best places …

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Wallace v. Enns: What to do with What’s Contested

Recently, Pete Enns took to Twitter, but in German, to disclose his conclusion on Colossians 2:2. His opinion is the verse is not in the Holy Scriptures, due to its being contested in the discipline of criticism. (Use translate to see Enn's meaning). In Christus liegen verborgen alle Schätze der Weisheit und der Erkenntnis. Kol …

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The Sermon on the Mount was Not Originally for the Church

Against popular modern-day misconception, the Sermon on the Mount was NOT originally delivered to the New Testament Church. It does not directly apply to us, though we can draw from its principles. Yet, we must be sure we correctly interpret the Sermon before we can be assured the principles drawn are sound. To put it …

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