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We now learn Dr. Mike Licona is apparently not a member of the ETS. Does Dr. Geisler's argument still have merit?
Certainly something to think about.
With that, I am...
Posted on Sep 15, 2011 at 02:41 PM in Inerrancy, NAMB, resurrection, theology | Permalink
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If this is correct and Licona is not a member of ETS it seems that a question still begs to be answered. What does that have to do with inerrancy? As evangelicals we affirm the ETS and their position on inerrancy. We may not sign documents but we certainly use the standards set up by these past scholars to inform our research. So, could this be the reason that we have Brian McLauren as well as John Piper referred to as evangelicals and no one blinking an eye?
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Sep 15, 2011 at 03:45 PM
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