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Biblical Inerrancy: A Discussion

Comments by Biju Kurien - 18 March 2006

Dear friend

I believe you are a scholar in Biblical Inerrancy. Could you answer my question or introduce me to some intellectual person who could answer my question?

The Apostle John in Patmos saw visions and wrote the last book called Revelations. He had "subjective experiences" in Patmos and his "writings" came from his "subjective experiences".

Similarly all the writers in the Bible had written from their "subjective experiences" with God. Subjective experiences "preceded" the writings.

Question 1: Do you believe that "subjective experiences" are inferior to the "inerrant Bible"?

If so, why do you hold on to Biblical inerrancy when your belief is self refuting?

Brgs

Mr.Kurien

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