Tag Archives: Inspiration

Don’t Be Hasty: Dealing with Apparent Discrepancies in the Old Testament

Certain accounts in the Old Testament provide data that seem to contradict data found in other parts of the Scriptures. Bible critics frequently cite these apparent discrepancies in their argument against viewing the Old Testament as God’s inspired and inerrant … Continue reading

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Molehills, Not Mountains: Resolving Some Tensions in the Old Testament

Certain statements, principles, and teachings in the Old Testament seem, at first glance, to contradict other data within the same Scriptures. How should we view such “tensions”? Peter Enns, a contemporary Bible scholar, believes these tensions are real and irreconcilable. … Continue reading

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On the Inspiration and Authority of the Old Testament – Dr Bob Gonzales

In the fall, I delivered 20 lectures as “part one” of a course entitled “Introduction to the Old Testament.” I’m scheduled to teach “part two” this May at MCTS in Kentucky. The audio lectures for part one have been uploaded … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Inspiration and the World of the Ancient Near East

Peter Enns and Jeffrey Niehaus share several things in common. Both are professed evangelical Old Testament professors. Both men also earned their doctorates from Harvard University. Moreover, Enns and Niehaus have each recently published books in which they argue for … Continue reading

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