Bible scholar Peter Enns was fired from his position at Westminster Theological Seminary after his views on scripture were deemed to be too liberal. He has continued to question evangelical views of scripture in his book ‘The Bible Tells Me So: Why defending Scripture has made us unable to read it’.
David Instone-Brewer of Tyndale House, Cambridge discusses why he disagrees with some of Enns’ views such as his treatment of the Canaanite passages, Old Testament differences and the Christmas narratives.
Later in the show Justin chats with Rice Broocks, the man behind the US Box Office hit God’s Not Dead.
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