Brian Abasciano on James White on Acts 13:48

From Brian Abasciano, “A Reply to James White Concerning His Faulty Treatment of the Greek and Context of Acts 13:48”

James White responded to my brief article, “James White’s Faulty Treatment of the Greek and Context of Acts 13:48” on his “Dividing Line” radio program of March 8, 2015. As a minister and biblical scholar, I welcome review and critique of my writings. This allows all of us to refine our thinking and scholarship as we move forward in our own spiritual and scriptural understanding. As the saying goes, “Theology is done in community,” and as a community we engage each other for correction and sharpening of our understanding of God’s word and discovery of aspects of the text of Scripture and its background that we might not have considered before. However, I have to confess that I found White’s response to be disappointing and weak, long on rhetoric and short on substance. One of White’s main tactics was to pepper his comments with ridicule and expressions of shocked incredulity.

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    One of White’s main tactics was to pepper his comments with ridicule and expressions of shocked incredulity.

    br.d
    Who hasn’t seen this as 90% of Whites intellectual arsenal!
    The more he does it on Youtube – the better!

    Calvinism – where every human false perception was infallibly determined by an external mind to be perceived as a true perception.

    And the Calvinist – in order to retain an alliance with the general narrative of scripture – must go about his office *AS-IF* nothing is determined in any part.

    Where can I sign up! :-]

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