Category: Errancy

Articles addressing Biblical errancy.

Living On the Edge: a book for doubting Christians

Living On the Edge: a book for doubting Christians Today Christians in the Western world are typically living in a post-Christian society. Christian beliefs are met with skepticism, and people see little reason to believe. Christians are confronted with daily challenges to their faith, and often struggle to understand the relevance of Christianity to modern life. Professional surveys indicate the following reasons why young Christians lose their […] 

Condordism, Literalism and the Age of the Earth – 2

The Biblical scholar Meredith Kline, writing over 50 years ago likewise noted that reading the creation days in Gen 1 as a consecutive sequence of events places it in direct conflict with Gen 2: [It] was the work of the “third day” that the waters should be gathered together into seas and that the dry land should appear and be […] 

Condordism, Literalism and the Age of the Earth – 1

The Earth and the known universe are ancient at 4.6 billion and 13.8 billion years respectively.1 This is sufficient to invalidate young earth creationism which asserts that the universe was created over six consecutive days six thousand years ago. While young earth creationists damn other Christians who accept the antiquity of the Earth as “compromisers”2 well before Darwin published his […]