Inerrancy Summit

This is good stuff, and I am so glad GTY is taking this on.  It reminds me of the biography I read of Adrian Rogers.

‘In an ironic turn of events, John left those meetings—where the Word of God was faithfully exalted—only to fly back to California sitting next to Robert Schuller, a well-known televangelist and one of the fathers of the seeker-sensitive movement. During the flight, Schuller told him, “I can say I believe the Bible and make those words mean anything I want them to mean.” That attitude and approach to Scripture sums up the need for this event.’

Begg: “The real challenge is not that we stop believing the Bible, but that we stop using it. . . . Silly illustrations and superficial worship do not set the stage for the gospel”

Spurgeon (obviously he is not in attendance smile emoticon : “[the] best “apology” for the gospel is to let the gospel out. Never mind about defending Deuteronomy or the whole of the Pentateuch; preach Jesus Christ and him crucified. Let the Lion out, and see who will dare to approach him. The Lion of the tribe of Judah will soon drive away all his adversaries. ”

Scott Walker – Steeeeriiiike Two!

I wrote last week that I wouldn’t be able to support Scott Walker who wouldn’t give a straight answer and stick with it. On Monday morning I saw him quoted on CNN those infamous words used by gutless politicians everywhere: “I personally am opposed to abortion, BUT…”

This is not the guy. Even if he were to win the nomination, which I highly doubt, he doesn’t appear to have the courage to lead. Just my take on it so far.