Monthly Archives: March 2018

Why James White calls people who defend the Textus Receptus “traditionalists”

E. F. Hills has said: “The defense of the Textus Receptus, therefore, is a necessary part of the defense of Protestantism.” Mark Noll has described those who would defend the Textus Receptus as “critical anti-critics” and those who would defend … Continue reading

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Critical Anti-Critics & 3 Types of Believing Critics

(Or, as E.F. Hills has said: Believing Bible study vs. Unbelieving Bible study.) “The major division lies between those who tie the belief in biblical inspiration tightly to traditional interpretations and those for whom this bond is somewhat less secure. … Continue reading

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How shall we respond to modern critical scholarship?

“In England and Scotland the same range of responses was present as in the United States—some welcomed German [critical] views as a means of escaping from traditional conceptions of Christianity, others sought to appropriate the new views within an older … Continue reading

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Schools being used to mobilize students for Leftist political action

Interestingly enough, during the Cultural Revolution in Mao’s Communist China, the students weren’t taught how to read, write, think, or do math… the schools were used only to mobilize the students for political action… National School Walkout planned by students … Continue reading

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White & Kruger’s inconsistency on Scripture

  In the video, White says “The canon is a theological thing first and foremost. If we start from a historical perspective we can only go so far… we’re never going to get to what we believe the canon actually … Continue reading

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Please subscribe to my YouTube channel

I believe it was George Orwell who said that in a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act… I only need 39 more subscribers to my YouTube channel to hit 1K. Please subscribe if you’re interested! … Continue reading

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The Myth of Neutrality & Scripture

  “All men have a priori assumptions in terms of which they approach the facts that confront them.” ~ Cornelius Van Til I found an old Mark Noll book the other day wherein he traces the history of Evangelical scholarship … Continue reading

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