The Marcions Have Landed! A second-century heretic is Dominating Worship and Theology

This article identifies the ancient heretic Marcion as perhaps the greatest influence on today's evangelical church. The church has become practically Marcionite on account of its emphasis on the love of God to the utter ignoring of everything else, its neglect of the Old Testament, and its lack of interest in singing Psalms. The net result is and will be the worship of a God different from that of the Scriptures.

The Erosion of Inerrancy in Evangelicalism – Introduction

In this Introduction the author gives a small peek into a broader discussion about the authority of Scripture in evangelical circles of biblical and theological scholars. Beale reacts to what he sees as a reassessment of the traditional evangelical view of the Bible’s inspiration formulated especially in the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy (1978).