There have always been questions about the authenticity of the Second Epistle of Peter. Origen of Alexandria (ca. 215–250) said that “Peter left behind one letter that is acknowledged, and possibly a second, but it is disputed,” and our earliest Canon list, the Muratorian Canon (ca. 170–210), doesn’t include it. Eusebius (writing ca. 311) noted that its status … Continue reading
Our first symposium on faith and scholarship was a big hit! Peter Enns, Sujin Pak, and Greg Reeves gave three great talks and we had a very stimulating panel discussion as well. You can watch the video here.
The observation that it is hard to square a literal reading of Genesis 1 with science is by no means new. But that observation has not always been the bur in the Church’s saddle that it seems to be today. And, in fact, from the very beginning non-literal readings of Genesis 1 have been endorsed … Continue reading