Four-part conference series at Beth Haven Bible Church on May 12–14, 2017.
For the past two and a half centuries the authority of the Bible has gradually withered from the onslaught of claims made by what is called science. Today any remaining biblical authority is rigidly confined to a religious ghetto. Even prominent evangelical scholars are hedging on the meaning of inerrancy.
Why? At no time in all of church history has there ever been more evidence of the trustworthiness of the Bible concerning all its claims—historical, philosophical, scientific—than now exists.
This four-part series goes beneath the popular rhetoric we so often hear from our secular educational institutions and media.
It uncovers the widespread equivocal use of nouns like “science” and “religion”; the disregard for how the scientific method radically changes when studying the unobservable past; and the resulting damage done in medicine, psychology, environmental policy, and worship.