The Editor of ARPTalk does not need to make comments. The comments that follow speak loud enough!
Below is the third article by Dr. David Norman, President of Erskine College and Seminary, as it appeared in the ARP Magazine regarding inerrancy. Inerrancy: The Bottom Line By Dr. David A. Norman President, Erskine College & Seminary In this, the last of my three-part series on inerrancy, I have one final point to make: [...]
This is a response to President David Norman’s final article entitled “The Bottom Line”, Dr. Norman’s words have raised eyebrows in many places in evangelical Presbyterianism. However, that we are critical does not mean that we are not for him and that we do not continue to pray and long for his success; it only means that we want clarity on what we consider to be the most significant theological issue in the last 150 years.
March is the time for the meetings of most of the Presbyteries in the ARP Church. As expected, First Presbytery and Second Presbytery dealt with the most controversial and significant issues that are now before the ARP Church. Once again, items that involve Erskine College (EC) and their Theological Seminary (ETS) were the main focus of the meetings. Because of the amount of material, this article is limited to actions by First Presbytery and Second Presbytery.
The Erskine Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting of February 18-19 has come and gone. Not unexpectedly, news as to what took place is slowing seeping out. The following report reflects information that the Editor of ARPTalk has collected from multiple sources.
This article is by Rev. Ken Pierce, Senior Pastor, Trinity Presbyterian Church (PCA), Jackson, MS. The article first appeared in The Aquila Report. This is a view from the outside, how a minister/theologian in the PCA reads the February 2011 article in The ARP Magazine on inerrancy by Dr. David Norman, President of Erskine College and Seminary.