Biblical Faith versus Evangelical Christianity–Talk #6

Here is the latest of Jack’s and Earle’s conversations about the differences between Evangelical Christianity and Biblical Faith. Click on the title below to download the sixth conversation in this series.

Talk #6  Biblical Faith versus Evangelical Christianity (EC-BC Talk #6 2018-06-20)

For the first five conversations and the pdf file of the document they are discussing, CLICK HERE.

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Biblical Faith versus Evangelical Christianity–Talk #3

Jack and Earle continue to record a series of conversations wherein they discuss the differences between Evangelical Christianity and Biblical Faith. They continue in this third conversation with a discussion of the list that Earle composed. Click on the title below to download the third conversation in this series.

Talk #3 Biblical Faith versus Evangelical Christianity (Earle and Jack EC vs BC_#3)

To access the first two talks in the series, CLICK HERE.

Biblical Belief in Jesus versus Evangelical Christianity

For nearly fifty years, Jack Crabtree has been striving to achieve a clear and accurate understanding of the teaching of the Bible. Over the course of that time he has discovered repeatedly that what he learned, believed, and taught as an Evangelical Christian was significantly different from what the Bible actually teaches. When asked recently to give some talks on the difference between Evangelical Christianity and Biblical Faith, he was astonished at how long the list of differences became. Curious about the influence that one’s personal life experience might have on what one’s list of differences would look like, Jack asked his friend and compatriot Earle Craig to compose independently his own list of differences between Evangelical Christianity and Biblical Faith. While the lists overlapped, they were significantly different lists and had different emphases. 

Jack and Earle have begun to record a series of conversations wherein they discuss the differences between Evangelical Christianity and Biblical Faith. They begin with a discussion of the list that Earle composed. Click on the respective titles below to download the first two conversations in this series.

Talk #1 Biblical Faith versus Evangelical Christianity (Earle and Jack EC vs BC_#1)

Talk #2 Biblical Faith versus Evangelical Christianity (Earle and Jack EC vs BC_#2)

 

MISCELLANEOUS ISSUES

Does Paul Forbid Women from Teaching?

by John A. “Jack” Crabtree

One of the more difficult interpretive challenges in the New Testament is how one should understand Paul’s statement in 1 Timothy 2:12 which reads (in the NAS translation),  “I do not allow a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man… .” In this two-talk series (delivered to Reformation Fellowship on December 3 and December 10, 2017 in Eugene, Oregon), Jack Crabtree takes a fresh look at 1 Timothy 2:1–15 in the light of his recent studies in the opening chapters of Genesis. He argues that, contrary to the apparent meaning of Paul’s statement as rendered by our English translations, Paul is not saying (in 1 Timothy 2:12) that he does not allow a woman to teach. To download the audio files of these two talks, click the title for each talk below:

• > >  Does Paul Forbid Woman from Teaching? — Part One (Genesis 2–3)

• > >  Does Paul Forbid Woman from Teaching? — Part Two (1 Timothy 2)

Click HERE for the handout that accompanies Part Two above. The handout is the Greek text and a translation of 1 Timothy 2:11–3:1a with some accompanying notes.