Thursday, October 28, 2010
Friday, October 15, 2010
Blame it on the Brain: A Review by Jake Magee
It seems that with each advance of the physical sciences, there is a corresponding challenge to find its integration to Biblical Theology. There are at least three responses that a Christian might make to various discoveries of the physical sciences:
(1) Questioning whether there is really an “advance” due to incompatibilities to the Christian faith.
(2) Maintaining a healthy agnosticism relative to the nature and content of the data.
(3) Affirming them as confirmations to Biblical truth.
Monday, October 11, 2010
Friday, October 8, 2010
Dear Mr. Magee,
I recently read an article defending sola scriptura at:
I found the article very interesting and well presented. If you are not the author of this article, I apologize and please ignore this e-mail. If you are the author, I would like to share my thoughts on it.
“Now, if I say that Frank’s Furniture Farm is complete or adequate to furnish perfectly my house, I mean that I don’t need to go anywhere else. In other words, Frank’s Furniture Farm is sufficient, or good enough; no other store is necessary. In the same way, Paul is saying that Scripture is adequate and complete to perfectly furnish the believer to live life as God intends; nothing else needs to be added. In short, Scripture is necessary and sufficient. Contrary to Scott Hahn’s and Bob Sungenis’ assertion that “sola scriptura is simply not taught anywhere in the Bible, either explicitly or implicitly,” 2 Tim 3:16 &17 is as explicit and clear in its support of Sola Scriptura as John 1:1-3 is explicit and clear about Christ’s deity.”