1. Event planning
2. Prep work
3. Sailing season
4. Travel time
For examples, scan the index tabs above. Today, all I can say is that the greater sin of Positivism is not trusting the sources, but failing to imagine the real world referenced by those texts.
The real world is always four dimensional.
Sometimes, apparently, defending "inerrancy" has been more economical in two dimensions. But we ought not defend the letter of the law, so to speak. If words describe things, we should cut some slack on description, and concern ourselves more with determining what was being referred to.
And that, in a nutshell, is why conservatives, more than anyone, need to study the New Testament historically.
Sounds interesting. I'm hoping you're about to provide some examples?!
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