Can Evangelicals do Historical Criticism? A Syndicate Symposium

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There is a symposium at Syndicate on the volume edited by Christopher M. Hays and Christopher B. Ansberry, Evangelical Faith and the Challenge of Historical Criticism (2013).

The following critical responses to the volume are available on the Syndicate website:

Symposium Introduction, by Chris Tilling (see also special redacted extracts introducing each chapter in the book, on the author’s blog)

Welcome to the Conversation“, by Kenton Sparks, with response by Hays and Ansberry, and further response by Sparks, May 25, 2015

How Now Shall We Read“, by Ashleigh Elser, May 27, 2015

Scripture Making: The Authority of Moses and the Apostle Paul“, by Sarah Whittle, May 29, 2015

Things Done (pretty well), and Things Left Undone“, by Stephen Fowl, June 1, 2015

Though I Walk through the Valley of the Shadow of the Critics“, by David Crump, June 3, 2015

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