Posted by: Ken Brown | September 1, 2008

Biblical Studies Carnival XXXIII

Michael Halcomb is hosting this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival, and has done a great job collecting an extremely broad range of posts from the past month. Among them is my post asking What Does It Mean to Trust the Bible? Along the same lines he also points to an interesting post at Dunelm Road on Scripture and Tradition, and I especially wanted to point to Alan Knox’s brilliant Scripture… As We Live It series, which reminds me of a great quote by G.K. Chesterton:

The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and left untried.

There’s a ton there to read, so do take some time to poke around.

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