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Why Do We Learn? Dr. Bill Mounce
By Dr. Bill Mounce on 10/26/18

Why do we learn?

I have been involved in higher education for most of my life. I come from a long line of teachers. My father was a professor. I taught at the university and graduate level, and now I help run, the greatest repository of biblical teaching the world has ever seen. So I am committed to learning. After all, Jesus tells us to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength (Mark 12:29-30). Or as I like to say it, we should have an “informed love” of God.
The Path
By Dr. Bill Mounce on 10/16/18

Please join us in our new blog

How would you like to wake up every day and learn something new about Christianity? Perhaps theology, Bible study, Church History, or World Missions. This has been the purpose of our blog, the Curious Christian. But now Bill Mounce is moving his blog on spiritual growth from his personal site to BiblicalTraining, and so we are combining these two blogs under the new name, The Path, Bill's favorite metaphor for the Christian life (Matthew 7:13–14). We will also be posting some blogs from some of our professors.
Why We Trust Our Bible, Lesson 15, Dr. Michael J. Kruger
By Dr. Michael J Kruger on 9/12/18

Canonical Model and Self-Authenticating

You're looking at the Community Determined Model and the weaknesses there and then secondly the Historically Determined Model and the weaknesses there. I advocate in my book, Canon Revisited: Establishing the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Books (2012), a third model, which is what I call the Self-Authenticating Model. And in essence in that model, I try to address the fundamental problem the other models suffered from. What I argued is that those other models suffered from the main problem of trying to ground the authority of canon in something outside the canon.

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