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Inspiration in Contemporary Protestant Orthodoxy

The chart Inspiration in Contemporary Protestant Orthodoxy is organized to highlight a continuum of similarities and differences, summarizing various models of inspiration in contemporary Protestant Orthodoxy:

  • Human writers stressed (process focused; personal)
    • Dynamic Model — abductive method with accent on function; concomitant mode; errant manner
    • Organic Model — inductive method with accent on function-form; continuity as mode; functional inerrancy as manner
  • Supernatural writings stressed (product focused; propositional)
    • Verbal Model — deductive method with accent on form-function; concursive mode; material inerrancy as manner
    • Mechanical Model — reductive method with accent on form; confluent mode; formal inerrancy as manner
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Principia

In addition to showing the principium essendi, the Principia chart focuses on comparing and contrasting the principium cognoscendi (externum and internum) of natural and spiritual knowledge.

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Knowledge of God: Paradigm

The chart Knowledge of God: Paradigm relates the archetypal knowledge God has of himself and the ectypal accommodated knowledge of God (unio, visio, revelatio).

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Preliminary Arguments For and Against Inerrancy

In the chart Preliminary Arguments For and Against Inerrancy the arguments are listed in order from strongest to weakest form, specifying for each form its major premise, minor premise, and conclusion.

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God’s Communication Process (Scripture)

God’s Communication Process (Scripture) illustrates the communication from God to his people via the “linked” categories of of revelation, inspiration, canonicity, transmission, translation, interpretation, and application.

Chart adapted from Earl D. Radmacher, Western Seminary.

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