Matthew R. Perry

What Are We Looking For in the Bible (Michael Horton)

In Church Life, For Preachers/Pastors, For Seminary Students on April 22, 2006 at 9:18 pm

Calvin Theological Seminary professor Sidney Greidanus has provided a masterful overview of the Dutch debates of the 1930's and while the historical details may not be relevant for most readers, the issues raised cannot be dismissed in our own situation.3

While the liberal Protestants on the Continent were already busily engaged in downplaying the historical dimension of revelation, emphasizing the ethical, psychological and spiritual applications provided by the various biblical writers, a number of prominent Reformed theologians saw similar, if less overt, problems within conservative congregations. According to Greidanus, biblical interpretation during the early part of the century was often marked by the following three tendencies:

(Click here to read the rest of the article by Michael Horton.)


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