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Michael Horton recently had an engaging e-mail conversation on inerrancy with Michael Spencer, the "Internet Monk," and Donald Richmond, a presbyter and examining chaplain with the Reformed Episcopal Church. Here is what they had to say about this controversial topic. Horton: "The Bible, in its original autographs, is without error in all that it affirms." […]

Michael S. Horton
Donald P. Richmond
Monday, March 1st 2010

I'm fascinated by the parts of the Bible that leave us to wonder what happened when the story is over. For example, how did the formerly demon-possessed man live after he moved out of the cemetery, gave up his chains, and returned to family and community? How did Lazarus live once he'd removed the wrappings? […]

Michael Spencer
Tuesday, September 1st 2009

Executive Editor Eric Landry spent several days dialoguing with Michael Spencer, a Southern Baptist campus minister and popular blogger (internetmonk.com and Jesus Shaped.wordpress.com) recognized by many evangelicals as an articulate spokesman for post-evangelicalism. In this issue, we're asking questions about the nature and future of evangelicalism. Here, Michael Spencer helps us understand why so many […]

Eric Landry
Michael Spencer
Thursday, November 6th 2008

A friend asked about her sixth-grade son's sudden announcement that he no longer believed in God. Our time was simply too short for a substantial answer, so I wrote a letter. Dear Doc and Leanne, I appreciated the opportunity to talk about Alex, and I am glad that our friendship is such that we can […]

Michael Spencer
Thursday, May 3rd 2007

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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