Here are some rough notes from last evening’s message. Some notes were added by me to further explain or illustrate a point.
- German liberal scholarship brought upon disastrous effects in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. One of her most influential planners is most notably Schleiermacher. He asserted “that religion is primarily not a matter of doctrine but rather of feeling, intuition and experience” (Iain H. Murray, Evangelicalism Divided: a Record of Crucial Change in the Years 1950 to 2000, 5). Consequently, this substituted personal subjective thinking for God’s divinely revealed Word. This man did not believe in verbal plenary inerrancy. As Evangelicals, we believe every Word in inerrant.
- We believe in verbal plenary inspiration of the Word of God. The church believed in Sola Scriptura. The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy affirms the doctrine of inerrancy. To stray away from Scripture in Word and in deed is to depart…
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