Friday, August 05, 2005

Biblical Theology: What Over-interpreted Artifacts Do...

Biblical Theology: What Over-interpreted Artifacts Do...

Yet another attempt to diminish the truth of the Biblical account. So sad.


Blogger Jim said...

In fact it isn't an "attempt to diminish the biblical account"- it is an attempt to show that when "archaeology is used to prove the Bible" bad things happen.

12:38 pm  
Blogger Glennsp said...

Not so. It is only bad if you wont believe the Bible unless it can be proved by archaeology.
Being able to show an unbliever that the Bible is in fact an historically accurate document can be just the open door through which one can present the Gospel.
As a believer I don't actually care what archaeology does or does not say about the Bible as I know it to be a 100% accurate document in all matters anyway.
In fact whenever anyone has said that the Bible was wrong in some historical detail, it has always been shown to be right eventually.
All the people are real and all the historical events discribed actually happened.

5:16 pm  

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