Collin Hansen's Top Theology Stories

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Over at Christianity Today, Collin Hansen has compiled his list of the "Top Ten Theological Stories of 2008." It includes the phenomenal success of the poorly written and theologically confused, The Shack, The Year of the Study Bible, and the departure of Pete Enns from Westminster Seminary. Hansen comments on the latter"

"The nuances of Enns's argument about inerrancy and the incarnation will escape most evangelical laypeople. But that doesn't make the story any less important. Westminster Seminary was founded as a bulwark against Presbyterian liberalism. Enns's departure, following a suspension by school trustees, angered students who appreciated the popular professor. Yet his case confirmed that Westminster remains concerned to guard against all efforts, however subtle, that it perceives undermine biblical authority."

Posted January 3, 2009 @ 8:12 AM by Derek Thomas
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