Inspiration: Now and Then

Introduction The Reformers were adamant when talking about the authority and preservation of Scripture that every last word had been kept pure and should be used for doctrine, preaching, and practice.  “The marvelous preservation of the Scriptures; though none in time be so ancient, nor none so much oppugned, yet God hath still by hisContinue reading “Inspiration: Now and Then”

Common Sense Arguments Against the Modern Critical Text

Introduction It is easy to get bogged down in conversations about textual variants, manuscripts, and elusive terminology when it comes to any talk about Textual Criticism. These types of conversations prevent the average Christian from entering into the discussion, and so it is common to just side with a favorite pastor or scholar. Fortunately, theContinue reading “Common Sense Arguments Against the Modern Critical Text”

A Response to Brother Mark Ward

Introduction First I want to acknowledge and commend the irenic spirit of Dr. Mark Ward as he presented a refutation of the position which he calls “Confessional Bibliology” in his lecture posted on September 27, 2019. For those that are readers of my blog, I have referred to this position as “The Confessional Text Position”,Continue reading “A Response to Brother Mark Ward”

Has the CBGM Gotten Us to 125AD?

Introduction So it has been said that the CBGM has been able to “get us to 125AD” as it pertains to the New Testament manuscripts with its analysis – or at least in Luke 23:34. Anybody who makes such a claim clearly has no working understanding of the Munster Method, or at least is choosingContinue reading “Has the CBGM Gotten Us to 125AD?”