We wrapped up our discussion of inspiration by offering a possible model for the mode of a verbal plenary view of inspiration. We adopted the view proposed by Dr. Craig which employs a middle-knowledge perspective on the mode of inspiration. God knows what any man would freely do in any situation in which they are placed. “Thus,” states Dr. Craig, “by putting Paul in those circumstances which of course required…a whole series of ancestors and events leading up to that point, God can guarantee that Paul would write exactly what God wanted expressed to us.”
The Doctrine of Inspiration (part 3)
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