Inspired Imperfection: The Bible Serves the Purpose for Which God Intended it.
Section 1: "If there are errors in the Bible it is worthless."
Section 2: The Bible Serves the Purpose for Which God Intended it. Accomodated scripture is good enough.
Section 3: Textual Errors suggest God is not concerned about Inerrancy. The Bible is good enough!
Section 4: A Deeper Dive into Some Serious Textual Concerns.
Section 5: Canonization Shows us God was not concerned with Inerrancy. The Bible is good enough.
Section 6 Diversity in the Church Diminishes any alleged Importance of Inerrancy. The Bible is good enough.
Section 7: The NT's Use of the OT speaks against Inerrancy.
Section 8: Marcan Priority as a case against God choosing the very words of scripture.
Section 9: What does scripture say about itself?
Section 10: Did Jesus believe in inerrancy?
Section 11: An inerrant Old Testament turns God into a monster.
Section 12: An inerrant Bible is at odds with science and history.
Section13: God did not need inerrant or morally infallible patriarchs to accomplish his will.
Finding the Canon within the Canon: Trajectories on Slavery, Patriarchy and Violence.
Section 1: A Contradictory Trajectory on Slavery in the Pauline Corpus.
Section 2: A Contradictory Trajectory on Women in the Pauline Corpus.
Section 3: A Trajectory on Violence: Peace donkey vs the the warhorse and Conquering Christ of Revelation.
Appendix 01: Evidence 1 Corinthians 14:33b-35 is an Interpolation
Silence, Arguments From Silence, Exegesis and the Historical Jesus.
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Jesus and Christians in the Eyes of Non-Christian Soucres through the 2nd Century. I
Section 1:Pliny the Younger on Christians and Persecution (ca 112).
Section 2: Suetonius on Jesus and Christians
Section 3: Tacitus on Jesus and Christians
Section 4: Josephus on Jesus and Christians
The Garden Story Never Happened, The Garden Story Always Happens.
Isn't Genesis at odds with modern science? Do we have to choose between what science teaches and what the Bible says?
Section 1: Multiple Creation Stories in Genesis
Section 2: Scientific Problems and the Creation Accounts
Section 3: Seven Potential Indications the Creation Accounts are Figurative
Section 4: The Presence and Absence of Conflict Mythology in the Bible
Section 5: Creation and Flood Parallels with Ancient Near Eastern Mythology
Section 6: Does The New Testament Treat Adam and Eve as Historical
Section 7: Days vs. Epochs: Who I am a literalist when it comes to Genesis 1
Section 8: Does the Bible Correctly Teach Snakes Could Walk?
Section Appendix: List of priestly and non-priestly passages in Genesis.
The Global Flood and Noah's Ark
Section 1: Literary Features, Problems and Parallels
1A: The Literary Structure of the Flood
1B: Two Flood Stories in One
1C: Ancient Near East Flood Parallels with Genesis
1D: 10 Difficulties with a Global Flood
Section 2: Did Jesus Teach the Flood Was Historical?
Section 3: Problems with a Local Flood Interpretation
Section 4: Interpreting the Genesis Flood
Mosaic Authorship of the Pentateuch
Section 1: Difficulties with Mosaic Authorship
Section 2: Did Jesus Affirm Mosaic Authorship