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Monday, January 26, 2009

Theological Liberal

For the purposes of my blogging, a theological liberal is someone who claims to be a Christian and who denies Biblical accuracy or authority or knowability, or any combination of the three. That is, their position is usually some amalgam of the Bible is wrong about some things, what it says isn't binding on the conscience of the believer, and/or you can't know what it says/means for certain for one reason or another. A theological liberal isn't necessarily an idiot, ignorant, or an awful person. On the other hand, like other liberals, his morality is ultimately based on the shifting sands of human opinion and is constructed largely to make what he already wants to do seem "right in his own eyes."

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