Category Archives: Biblical skepticism

What does it mean to read the Bible “literally”?

“It’s a waste of time to argue with fundamentalists. And this film doesn’t do it. It’s designed for intelligent people who are willing to change their mind. And of course, one film is not going to change religious life in America, but it will … Continue reading

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Biblical skepticism in a nutshell

The Bible is difficult to defend in a brief exchange because it is a complex book whose image in the nonbelieving world has been shaped much more by hearsay than by firsthand inspection. Many believe that it is not inspired … Continue reading

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