The Importance of Biblical Inerrancy

A Presuppositional Critique: It’s Inseparability from Faith By: Jay I shouldn’t have to go to my local church [!] and end up having to defend the accuracy and authenticity of the Biblical texts.  Unfortunately, this happened more than once.  In a casual conversation one Sunday with someone I assumed was a kindred spirit, a heated discussion…

Lost Ends Up Lost in Syncretistic Gnosis

By: Jay The “television event of the decade” ended with what is, in my opinion, the cheesiest and empty theme it could have possibly had.  As it turns out, as many had speculated, the entire storyline was Jack’s (and the other Oceanic passengers) afterlife – or the season 6 alternate reality…? Either way I was disillusioned.  This was all fine and…

Response to Turretinfan on the Crucifixion

Part 7 from our old interaction By: Jay Turretinfan responded to the accusation that the strict legal imputation view must necessitate a damning, forsaking, cutting-off, or separation (choose whichever term you wish) of the Son from the Father. He writes: “The Father that spared not his own Son but delivered him up for us all, shall also…