Could you please give an example or two of a note that could cause doubt in God's Word? I'm not sure I understand what sort of note that would be. Some of Dake's doctrine flaws seem pretty serious, so I'm wondering what would be worse there.
Also, why do you feel the paragraph headings are important? They weren't in the original text, so I'm not sure why we need them.
Finally, why do you like the red letter Bibles? Since the entire Bible is God's Word, do you think it could make it appear that some of God's Word is more important than other parts?
Thank you for your thoughts!
No reply to this yet and likely there won't be as questions further down in the thread were already answered.
Joy over at Coffee With Candy has some things to say as well!
"If one rejects the Church as authoritative and binding, what then becomes binding and authoritative, or does nothing take its place? The state? The local theology professor? The most popular...radio preacher?" (Dave Armstrong)
Perhaps Candy's views are the ones that are authoritative and binding? She seems to think so, even calling those who choose to believe the Church (rather than her) "the enemy".
It is interesting that in Dake's biography which Candy links to, he says, "From the first of my studies, I found the Bible to be simple and clear. Daily study, coupled with my ability to quote the Bible as I yielded to the Spirit, helped me “rightly divide the truth” (2 Tim. 2:15). "
This sounds exactly like Candy! But the question begs to be asked: How did they manage to come to differing conclusions about the Trinity etc? Weren't they both using the same simple and clear Bible? Wouldn't they both claim to be yielded to the Spirit? Ahhhh...the problem with Protestantism at its finest!
Lastly, eight people have voted to end the boycott but no one has left a comment to say why? I really an curious about this. Why should I end the boycott of a product produced by someone who I feel continually attacks my faith? I'm just looking for a compelling and persuasive argument for that.
Have a great day all!