Furtick crashes and totals his Chatterbox on the topic of Biblical inspiration

Furtick crashes and totals his Chatterbox on the topic of Biblical inspiration
In the introductory chapter of Steven Furtick’s new book, he assures us that God speaks to us outside of Scripture and gives an example of an encouraging “word” that assured Furtick that God had given Charlotte to him. At least, that’s what he thinks God said, and he qualifies the example with this telling passage: ...

Muddying the vision problem

Noble compounds his slippery personal revelation problem with this weekend tweet: Being filled with vision doesn’t always mean that God is inspiring us…but rather that He’s disturbing us! Two quick points. He acknowledges that vision does equal inspiration. Even though he assures us that it doesn’t “always” mean inspiration, the implication is that it is ...

How does God speak to us?

How does God speak to us and reveal his will? I’ve written about how preachers should talk about God’s revelation, so this will extend that to consider how we think and talk about how God speaks to us as laypeople. Has God stopped speaking to us? Just because God closed the book on his written ...

What is Furtick’s view of inspiration?

I can’t imagine that he thinks very much of it, based on earlier tweets suggesting God should apologize for Leviticus. Now he’s suggesting that the prophets were depressed and emotionally unstable. Finishing Ezekiel-wondering how the OT might have been different if the prophets had access to Lexapro 🙂 Yeah, yeah, the emoticon at the end ...