October 24, 2020

Accessible NT Bible Commentaries

By Chaplain Mike In my opinion, the church owes a great debt to N.T. Wright in the area of biblical theology. Few in my lifetime have had the kind of impact on NT studies that Wright has. Every serious student of theology should read his “Christian Origins and the Question of God” series that now […]

How Pervasive Is “Biblicism”?

By Chaplain Mike For this “Bible Week” on IM, I am reading some books I’ve not had a chance to look at before about how Christians relate to and deal with the Scriptures. Tonight I finished Christian Smith’s brand new book, The Bible Made Impossible, The: Why Biblicism Is Not a Truly Evangelical Reading of […]

iMonk Classic: We thought he was such a nice boy—and then we found out he didn’t believe in Inerrancy!!

Classic iMonk Post by Michael Spencer From February 15, 2005 Dear Sir: What a total disappointment. I do like your wisdom and passion. However, you have become too smart. May God have mercy on you regarding your responsibility to adhere to the inerrancy of scripture. • • • The discussion on inerrancy at the BHT […]

iMonk Classic: A Conversation in God’s Kitchen

Classic iMonk Post by Michael Spencer December 3, 2005 Note from CM: The week to come will be “Bible Week” on Internet Monk. My posts will deal with various issues regarding how Christians relate to the Scriptures. I can’t think of a better way to kick it off than with this classic Michael Spencer article. […]