Bible Difficulties can prove to be a troubling issue in the justification of the Bible's Inspiration. Norman Geisler and Thomas Howe offer several things of help to me, and here I share 6 main points gleaned from what they wrote.
It was a full day today at the Foundations Baptist meeting in Troy, MI. I’ve written about day 1 and day 2, and now here will be a brief summary of today’s very good day. The first session was by Dr. Ken Endean, of International Baptist College and Seminary in Arizona. He preached on the … Continue reading Foundations Baptist Fellowship 2018 Meeting – Day 3
Tuesday was the first full day of the FBFI meeting. I posted about the first evening here, and what follows is a summary of the day. After a brief continental breakfast, there was an initial service with two sessions. The first session was from Pastor Mark Brock, a “younger-generation” pastor from California. His sermon was … Continue reading Foundations Baptist Fellowship Meeting 2018 – Day 2
This week I am happy to be attending the Foundations Baptist Fellowship International Annual Fellowship at the First Baptist Church of Troy, MI, a northern suburb of Detroit. This is the first time I have attended a meeting in these circles, and I have been looking forward to it. On Monday, there was just one … Continue reading Foundations Baptist Fellowship Meeting 2018 – Day 1
There is good support for an unlimited atonement that applies only to those who believe. There is good biblical evidence and theological evidence from other doctrines that support this position.