I'm teaching a lesson to our youth next week on the Bible's infallibility and inerrancy. I found the CRC position on infallibility but only found one discussion on the Bible being inerrant. Any ideas?
Steve van Breda
Newly appointed "interim" Director of Youth Ministries at Exeter CRC. Pretty darned excited too.
I'm in the first month of my position as "Director of Youth Ministries" and have been approached to suggest some Bible Study resources. Any books or materials that worked well for you?
If the Faith Alive "HC and Me" material is not a good fit what are some alternative options?
Tons! Browse the episode titles, and see what strikes you- they tend to be a little tongue in cheek, and are always thought provoking. (Their tagline is, "the only God-ordained podcast on the...
"The Bible for Normal People" by Peter Enns and Jared Byas has really got me thinking about all sorts of stuff lately.
Can I say, though, that I do really like Vos's description of the decision to shy away from the term "inerrant" here:
Synod 1959 of the Christian Reformed Church appointed me, among...posted on: CRC Statement on Bible Being Inerrant?
I'm curious about peoples' experience with a younger group, such as grade 9.posted on: Quiet Down: Lectio Divina in Youth Ministry
That's an interesting direction to go, one that I hadn't considered! I will add it to the list of suggestions for our discussion. (I also love your enthusiasm for the book- I'm totally intrigued...
Thanks for the suggestions, Tim. That NT Wright book looks promising...!
Thanks, Staci- I'll look into that.