From: Michael Roberts (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 17 2003 - 08:31:18 EDT
> Your'r right, Jesus is the centre of our faith. Yet in a sense, belief in
> the trustworthiness etc of the Scriptures must precede this, since it
> is through them, primarily, that Jesus is revealed. Without the foundation
> of the trustworthiness of the Scripture, what could we say about Christ?
Surely not, most stumble towards Jesus in a haphazard way (unless they have
been to some ultra place where they will go trough a fore -ordained
process!!!!) and when they come to faith will have a partial and confused
knowledge of Jesus and muddle over the bible. It is not
necessary that all grasp the Incarnation atonement and resurrection before
becoming a Christian.
That sums me up. I am not sure when I recognised the authority of the Bible,
at first I hadn't a clue, then accepted it as I was told I ought and then
later made it my own belief of conviction.
Am I a heretic?
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