Defending Biblical Inerrancy In A Post-Modern World


New England Apologetic And Theology Council presents:
Defending Biblical Inerrancy In A Post-Modern World
Friday, Oct. 14, 6:00 pm-8:30 pm;  Saturday, Oct. 15, 8:30 am-5:30 pm

Evangelical Christian Center • 574 Ashford Center Road • Ashford, CT 06278
(40 minutes from Providence, RI)

REGISTER ONLINE AT: www.neatc.org
Registration includes lunch on Saturday – $30.00 (On-Line) • $40.00 (At the Door)
Seating limited to 250 • Lodging available   -  Registration info, speaker bios: www.neatc.org • Contact: 508-642-6286

neatcconferences@gmail.com
The purpose of this conference is to equip believers about the historicity, authenticity, accuracy, and reliability of the Word of God, and to warn against the heretical view of limited inerrancy of Scripture, the theological and logical issues with this position, and the logical conclusions arrived at by applying this position.
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There has always been controversy surrounding the Bible’s inspiration, inerrancy, and authority; throughout history there have been those who have attempted to deny and discredit orthodox views on the Bible. Traditionally, this controversy was levied against the Bible from those outside of the church; however, there has been a gradual shift in this paradigm as now the Bible is being attacked from within the church. This attack is not blatant or overt but rather subtle in its nature as it begins with the compromising of Orthodox Christian beliefs.
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It is often said that minor errors and discrepancies in geography, history, and science are not important because the Bible is the lens we use to see God. However, it must be realized that if the lens is dirty then the image seen will be distorted.
Sessions will cover issues such as: universalism’s impact on evangelicalism; the “slippery slope” of limited inerrancy; historical evidence for the Bible’s accuracy; presuppositions and proofs (an apologetic session); how ecumenism destroys confidence in scripture for the sake of “unity”; the impact of the emergent church and New Age on how the Bible is viewed today; and how feelings and experience has supplanted reliance on the word of God.
Eric Barger, Take A Stand! Ministries, Keynote speaker

Jason Bjerke, Gospel For Christ Ministries

Tim Wirth, Simply Agape Project Ministry

Manny Silva, Stand For Truth Ministries