RE: YEC Destroying Faith

From: Dr. Blake Nelson <bnelson301@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon Apr 19 2004 - 20:20:22 EDT

--- Glenn Morton <glennmorton@entouch.net> wrote:
(SNI:P)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Howard J. Van Till
> [mailto:hvantill@sbcglobal.net]
> Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 10:09 AM
> Glenn, would I be correct to infer that when a YEC
> says that "the Bible
> is divinely inspired" he/she is saying that "the
> Bible's information
> content has either been communicated to the writers
> directly from the
> Divine Data Base or, if information is drawn from
> the writer's own
> memory or knowledge, it has been checked by God for
> accuracy and
> declared to be fully true"? Is that what it means
> when a YEC says "the
> Bible is God's Written Word"?
>
> GRM: I think that probably is close. When you tell
> a YEC that the Bible
> is erroneous, the error is then ascribed to God. To
> tell a 'liberal'
> (Non perjoritive, Blake) that there is an error in
> the Bible they
> ascribe it to man.

Wow! that's the first time I have ever been used as a
synonym for liberal. I will have to mark my calendar.
 ;)
 
> I may have additional comments, but I want to be
> sure I understand the
> YEC concept of inspiration first.
>
> GRM: now you can whap me for falling into whatever
> trap you have now
> laid. :-)
>
>

        
                
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