Sunday, May 04, 2008

My Take on WTS' HTFC's Theological Approach

Using the WTS’s HTFC’s “Inspiration and Incarnation: A Response”, I aim to examine WTS’ approaches to doctrinal formulation, which are being used as their measuring tape to negatively evaluate Enns’ thesis. Hence I will not be in any sense defending Peter Enns’ stance in particular. I am more concern with the 3 underlying theological presumptions and methods that gave rise to WTS’ disagreement with Enns.

Part 1. Hermeneutics and Formulation of Doctrine

Part 2. Unfairly Pitting Neo-Orthodoxy as Against the Reformed Tradition

Part 3. Between Provisional and Absolutist Articulation of Doctrine

*WTS’s Hermeneutic Field Committee (HFC) that sympathizes with Peter Enns’ thesis has provided a detailed and extensive reply to the HTFC report. The HFC reply can be found in the downloadable pdf file.


Augustinian Successor said...

Well articulated comment, Joshua! And I've just finished my exams! And I also need time to digest what you have said. Look forward to discussing with you, brother.

Sze Zeng said...

Hi Jason,

Good time is always post-exam time. Look forward to interact with you too :)