Some Reflections on I&I and the Reformed Tradition – Part Two

The second part of my “Reflections on I&I” (see intro in post immediately below) is now posted.

It and all the future installments of this essay will be linked from the I&I page on this site, or click the title below to go directly to part:

The Authority of Scripture is a Function of Its Divine Origin, not Its Cultural Expression, Although the Bible that the Spirit Has Given the Church is a Thoroughly Encultured Product

More coming soon.


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