Greg talks about five guidelines for students to follow for their spiritual health, then he answers questions about the correspondence theory of truth and the biblical authors’ meaning vs. God’s meaning.
- Commentary: Five guidelines for students (00:00)
- Doesn’t the correspondence theory of truth require circular reasoning? (33:00)
- When interpreting Scripture, is the author’s meaning always God's meaning? (51:00)
Mentioned on the Show
- Reality Student Apologetics Conference – October 16–17 in Seattle, WA; November 13–14 in Minneapolis, MN; February 26–27 in Dallas, TX
- How (Not) to Read the Bible: Making Sense of the Anti-women, Anti-science, Pro-violence, Pro-slavery and Other Crazy-Sounding Parts of Scripture by Dan Kimball
- A Long-Term Plan to Know Your Bible by Amy Hall