should christian libertarians reject biblical inerrancy

Bonus: Should Christian Libertarians Reject Biblical Inerrancy?

Summary – Should Christian Libertarians Reject Biblical Inerrancy?

A reading of Kerry Baldwin’s article on biblical inerrancy, which discusses a blog post by Pete Enns in which he says why he believes the Bible has errors, and no one is obligated to obey Romans 13. Resources for a better (non-biblicist) view of inerrancy and a better view of Romans 13 are recommended. The hosts also give an update about new episodes.

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Main Points of Discussion

00:00 Introduction
00:09 Update
00:49 Intro to Kerry’s article
01:46 Enns wrong on Romans 13
04:42 Enns confuses biblical inerrancy with biblicism
07:03 A non-biblicist view of inerrancy
08:35 A better view of Romans 13
10:00 Covenantal sensitivity
11:49 Conclusion

Additional Resources

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