James Bishop vs. Sean Luke, “Is the Bible Inerrant?” (Sean’s Opening)


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Sean Luke is a Bible Theology major and Philosophy Minor at Wheaton College. He’s extremely interested in systematic theology and apologetic defense of the Christian faith.

James Bishop is a graduate from Vega School of Brand Leadership specializing in Multimedia Design and Brand Communications. He is currently enrolled at Cornerstone Institute studying Theology and majoring in Psychology. His theological interests encompass comparative religion and the links between science and religion.”

See here for James’ opening remarks
First responses will be in two weeks time.

Not an Iota Will Pass: The Case for Biblical Inerrancy

This is eternal life: that they know you, the true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.” (John 17:3)

The Christian life makes a startling claim about human existence: we were made for a reason. We have a design. Human life is something like a flower; the seed finds its life in the…

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