Category Archives: Al Mohler

On Biblical Inerrancy: What is John MacArthur saying?

Last week a colleague and I were discussing the matter of biblical inerrancy.  I offered my position. And in an effort to revisit the matter, I was reminded of John MacArthur’s conference on Biblical Inerrancy, held this past March.  So … Continue reading

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Three Questions

I took the liberty of providing a few short answers: 1.) What is the difference between Dispensationalism and Covenant Theology? –Bottom line: how one interprets the Scriptures, especially in regard to Israel and the Church. While Dispensationalism speaks of distinct … Continue reading

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Al Mohler on Nelson Mandela

“When it comes to human rights and human dignity, Nelson Mandela has to be put on the side of the heroes, not only of the 20th century, but of any recent century. He is, as an ironic view of history … Continue reading

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Affirming Biblical Inerrancy [UPDATED]

What is biblical inerrancy? “The inerrancy of Scripture means that Scripture in the original manuscripts does not affirm anything that is contrary to fact.”[1] On his Facebook page evangelical leader Al Mohler posted the following, “The affirmation of biblical inerrancy … Continue reading

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