Deconstructionists and Inerrancy In the last post, we began a series on Deconstruction and biblical inerrancy by first outlining some basic points regarding the doctrine of inerrancy. Today, we are going to transition into demonstrating specific errors on the part of many promoting the deconstructionist movement on this particular issue. David Gushee, a proponent of the … [Read more...] about Deconstructionists and Biblical Inerrancy: Engaging Deconstruction
The “Ease” of Ambiguity The hot rays of sun would pound down upon the concrete, as I would stand gun in hand, ready for the competition to begin. The 100-degree days of scorching heat with high humidity, not a cloud in the sky, and no wind at all are so intense that once a young man tragically dropped to the ground as we were all involved in the competition. You see, back in … [Read more...] about Hiding Amidst The Clouds of Uncertainty
The Telos of Deconstruction One of the main issues to consider whenever we are examining a movement such as deconstruction is to answer the question what is the telos or purpose it is trying to achieve? In order to obtain that comprehension, we need to look at the origins of a movement and analyze it in terms of what it definitionally says it seeks to do in the world. We … [Read more...] about What is The Purpose of Deconstruction?