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Karl Barth and Incarnational Inerrancy →

via Arni at I Think I Believe

Drawing the analogy between Jesus and the Bible, Horton concludes, “[F]or Barth, the ‘veiled’ (creaturely) form in which God addresses us in self-revelation [that would be the Bible] is not only necessarily fallible but fallen.” The Bible, then, is fallen, in the sense that it is mistaken in some matters, like history and science as Enns demonstrates, showing the unmistakable marks of the human hands that wrote it.”

  1. heyimnic said: Doesn’t that implicitly state that Jesus was fallen then?
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