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Exegetical Fallacies: The Word Study Fallacy

When it comes to studying Scripture, word studies are popular, easily obtained from available resources and an easy way to procure sermon content. However, word studies are also subject to radical extrapolations and erroneous applications. It is not always possible to strike exegetical gold by extracting a word from the text for close examination. Word … read more »

TMS Distinctives: A High View of Scripture

Over the past few weeks, the seminary has been posting faculty videos related to its core doctrinal commitments. The three videos in this series center on bibliology, and the commitment at TMS to a high view of Scripture. In this opening video, Dr. Bryan Murphy discusses the seminary’s commitment to the original languages.   Dr. … read more »

Faculty Breakout Sessions: Inerrancy Conference

Last week, MP3 audio of the TMS faculty breakout sessions was put on the seminary’s media page. We’ve put links to each of the eleven faculty sessions here, to provide our readers with easy access. They are listed below in alphabetical order of the speaker. William D. Barrick — Tough Texts and Problem Passages: Evaluating Alleged Contradictions on … read more »

Summit on Inerrancy: Recap

It’s hard to believe the 2015 Summit on Biblical Inerrancy is over. With 16 guest speakers and 18 general sessions, it was a power-packed week celebrating our common commitment to the absolute truth of God’s Word. In case you missed any of general sessions, you can find summaries of each session below. Videos for the sessions can be … read more »

Summit Liveblog: Session 18 (MacArthur)

Session 18 — John MacArthur Note: What follows is not intended to be a full or exact transcript of what was said. Matthew 22:23-33  23 On that day some Sadducees (who say there is no resurrection) came to Jesus and questioned Him, 24 asking, “Teacher, Moses said, ‘If a man dies having no children, his … read more »

Summit Liveblog: Session 17 (DeYoung)

Session 17: Kevin DeYoung Note: Throughout the week, as we liveblog the general sessions, we will be using a time-stamp method. This will give readers an approximate sense of key statements that were made throughout the session, as well as allowing them to trace the flow of the argument. (Also, if readers want to listen to any key … read more »

Summit Liveblog: Session 16 (Murray)

Session 16: Iain Murray Note: Throughout the week, as we liveblog the general sessions, we will be using a time-stamp method. This will give readers an approximate sense of key statements that were made throughout the session, as well as allowing them to trace the flow of the argument. (Also, if readers want to listen to any key … read more »

Summit Liveblog: Session 15 (Ferguson)

Session 15: Sinclair Ferguson Note: Throughout the week, as we liveblog the general sessions, we will be using a time-stamp method. This will give readers an approximate sense of key statements that were made throughout the session, as well as allowing them to trace the flow of the argument. (Also, if readers want to listen to any key … read more »

Summit Liveblog: Session 14 (Mohler)

Session 14 — Al Mohler Note: What follows is not intended to be a full or exact transcript of what was said. When we think about inerrancy and hermeneutics, we need to think about the relationship between two. It was not coincidental that ‘The Chicago Statement on Inerrancy’ was followed just a short while later … read more »

Summit Liveblog: Session 13 (Thomas)

Session 13 — Derek Thomas Note: Throughout the week, as we liveblog the general sessions, we will be using a time-stamp method. This will give readers an approximate sense of key statements that were made throughout the session, as well as allowing them to trace the flow of the argument. (Also, if readers want to listen to any key moments … read more »