Me and my TNIV

Oh no, now Mr Grudem is involved! Ahhhhhh!


Tim said...

How to keep everybody happy, lol:


Alternatively we could make it a requirement that all Christians have to learn 1st century Greek and ancient history. But that might be a little harder to implement, lol.

Rachel Marszalek said...

Tim - that had me lol

Tim said...

Totally off-topic, but I thought this was funnier, lol:


Rachel Marszalek said...

Yep - you had me laughing
I'm sure there is also a good metaphor in there to get into a sermon some day - I'll think of something to apply it to ;-)

David Ould said...

come on Rachel. You link to a post which does not actually engage with the arguments that Mohler and Grudem make. Rather, it engages in simple dismissal and ad hominem.

Again, surely you can do better?

Rachel Marszalek said...

Yes, but I know what Grudem has done with the ESV.

Part of engaging with the debate occurs through reading the comments of others, there's no way I would have the time to look at every aspect of every debate, first-hand.

Rachel Marszalek said...

ad hominem

David Ould said...

agreed, debate is had when we engage with others. But you didn't link to an engagement, you just linked to contentless ad hominem.

Rachel Marszalek said...

Yes, Mr Grudem is much maligned in my psychology because of his work on the word Kephale, his claims at CBMW, his comments about the TNIV and his championing of the ESV with its translation of Romans 16:7.

I am sure I am not the only person challenged by Mr Grudem. I'm sure he is probably a very nice person and disciple of the Lord Jesus, despite his flaws.

David Ould said...

fine, the cite good argumentation, not the baseless stuff that you linked to.


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