I recently spent some time in Chattanooga speaking to various groups about the authority of Scripture. I spoke to college students from RUF at the University of Tennessee (Chattanooga) and Covenant College about “Five Misconceptions about the Origins of the New Testament.”
Then I spoke to Alternate Seminary on “How Do We Know the Bible is God’s Word?” Alternate Seminary is doing some great work training African American pastors and leaders. Here is a twitter post from my visit there:
Pleased to speak on biblical authority 4 Alt.Sem. in Chatt, TN. Great work for African American pastors pic.twitter.com/cpfX9jTcaH
— Mike Kruger (@michaeljkruger) March 5, 2015
Then I gave two lectures at North Shore Fellowship (PCA), kindly hosted by senior pastor Robby Holt. Those two lectures are available for download:
Session 1: How Is the Authority of the New Testament Being Attacked Today?
Dan Trabue says
If you ever have a link to the transcript, I’d be glad to read your sessions. I do better reading than listening, and have more time to read than to listen.
Might I ask for a general clarification by what you mean by “attacked…”?
David Booth says
I too would very much appreciate a transcript or perhaps notes of the talks … Could you perhaps make them blogs?? Just a thought.
Mike Gantt says
As long as we’re suggesting work assignments for the doctor, how about a podcast?
Steve bsughman says
Yes. Attacked? Or honestly and forcefully question?