Comment on Bradley, Beach and Kaatz retain attorney by Concerned Adventist.
Faith and Faithful–thank you for pointing out what should be obvious to everyone.
Whenever an employer hires you to represent an organization, you are agreeing to what that organization stands for. You are agreeing to promote its goals and beliefs. You are agreeing to perform certain duties that advance those goals and beliefs.
If you can’t or don’t want to do that, then DON’T APPLY. It’s that simple.
“Witch hunt” accusations are smoke and mirror tactics. If we are Christians, we must deal in truth instead. Leave the smoke and mirrors to the world.
I suspect one of the underlying problems of this whole mess is the acceptance of the human philosophy of “relativism”–there is no good or evil.
Relativism is NOT biblical. Choose ye this day whom ye will serve.
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To Drs. Pitman and Kent–
Thank you for elucidating some very basic problems in our church (and the world at large).
“I believe that once one has established the credibility of the Scriptures to the level of having a very high likelihood of being of Divine origin, then it would be unwise to set them aside in favor of anything else…”
And with that, the Bible cannot be trusted to stand on its own. It is simply a document like the Qur’an, Bhagavadgita, or any other book. The cancer of cultural relativity sets in a priori, before the Bible is even opened.
The standard by which the Bible is to be judged becomes “empiricism”?
The sands of science shift constantly. That’s the nature of discovery. Which is why “empirical” data, science, archaeology, and all the rest make lousy standards for judging.
Buying into the human philosophy of relativism is dangerous. Dr. Pitman–please reconsider exactly what faith means. God calls on us not to base everything on blind faith–He encourages us to taste and see that the Lord is good.
I’m sorry if you have not yet had that experience.
“Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God.” (Rom 10.17) If we discount the very SOURCE of faith and deny the Bible’s ability to PRODUCE faith, and instead rely on changing externals to convince us, HOW is that faith at all?
“Hope that is seen is no hope at all.” (Rom 8.24)