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Biblical Inerrancy

"Biblical inerrancy and infallibility are not accepted by the Episcopal Church." - The Episcopal Church Inerrancy and infallibility is the belief that the Bible is without any error whatsoever. They claim that there are no errors in history, science, chronology, or any other area. Most of the time they limit this to the autographs. The vast majority of Christians are ignorant about scripture, its transmission, its canonicity, and its textual issues. Therefore, they are not in a position to rightly judge the question of the inerrancy and infallibility of the scriptures. I of course, cannot, in such a short span of time, fully educate anybody on the subject. Suffice it for me to say that the scriptures are not inerrant or infallible. For more information, read  The Human Faces of God by Thom Stark or  Misquoting Jesus by Bart D. Ehrman. Firstly, no original manuscript written in the apostle's own hand exist. All we have is copies of copies of copies. And of these

Healthy Spirituality

"Healthy spirituality has always been a question of putting a number of things into delicate balance and then walking a tightrope so as not to fall off either side." - Ronald Rollheiser   It is too easy to be pulled off balance. Equilibrium is a state of spiritual maturity few of us reach. Yet, spiritual health is found in balance. It is known as the middle way. The primary way we get off balance is by going to extremes. By doing one thing really well, yet at the same time ignoring the opposite activity.   When we neglect our home life, we become a workaholic. Dedicated to work, but then neglectful of our private life.   When we neglect our private devotions, we become a person who is religious but not spiritual. We must balance church and home life. Spirituality is about deepening our awareness in the flow of life, not separate from it. We must balance contemplation and action, passion and purity, duty and self-awakening, community and individuality. You must balanc

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Jay N. Forrest is a Christian mystic in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. He is the author of The Deeper Life: Finding God on the Mystic Path.

Jay N. Forrest was an ordained Pentecostal minister for over two decades pastoring churches in Wisconsin, Missouri, Tennesse, and Arizona. He did his undergraduate work at Central Bible College and Global University, and he received his Doctorate of Ministry from Trinity Evangelical Christian University. He is a Certified Meditation Teacher and a full-time hospice chaplain.

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