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A Seismic Shift in the Inerrancy Debate Norman L. Geisler & Douglas E. Potter Open as a PDF A seismic shift is occurring in the inerrancy debate. Unfortunately, few are alarmed about it. In fact, the masses are unaware of it. The shift is from the historically held, evangelical view to a neo–evangelical[1] view of limited inerrancy. The issue is whether inerrancy covers all matters on which the Bible speaks or whether is it...

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Open as a .PDF File Billy Graham, Evangelism, Evangelicalism, and Biblical Inerrancy February 27th, 2018 For eighty-two years, Billy Graham’s proclaimed the good news that Jesus died for our sins and arose to offer us eternal life. He preached this gospel to an estimated 210 million people in 185 countries! He somehow managed to earn and keep almost everyone’s respect along the way. No scandals tarnished his reputation and even his...

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“What we need today is men who believe in the Bible from the crown of their heads to the soles of their feet: who believe in the whole of it, the things they understand, and the things they do not understand.” — D.L. Moody   D.L. Moody’s View of the Bible D.L. Moody’s influential ministry became very effective after he accepted the challenge to “stop preaching your own words and preach God’s Word...

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Dr. Farnell responds to the statements made by Dr. Craig Evans and Dr. Bart Ehrman which cast doubt upon the historical reliability of John’s gospel, doubts about the Apostle John being the author of the Gospel account of John, and doubts about whether Jesus actually voiced the “I AM …” statements as reported in the gospel of John.

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