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Warren: Scripture twisting, eisegesis and allegorization

Despite Warren’s recent tweet condemning imaginary people for reading the cross into every verse of the Bible, Warren himself has been guilty of eisegesis. Let me show you just a few examples. In case the word is unfamiliar, eisegesis is … Continue reading

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Where are all the female apologists?

On twitter yesterday I spotted this from Her.meneutics (Christianity Today’s women’s blog): I couldn’t resist that question so I read the article which described how Fincher wound up an apologist. “[I] met Frank Pastore and J. P. Moreland (they were teaching local … Continue reading

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