Why Bible believers are not really Bible believers.

A good number of evangelical Christians self-identify as Bible believers. It’s a peculiar way for a Christian to self-identify when you think about it. A Christian is someone who has some kind of relationship to Christ. After all Christ is part of the word Christian. And yet for a good number of evangelical Christians Bible believer is the term of choice.
It’s not accurate though, because no self-identified Bible believer actually believes the whole Bible — at least not in the way they claim to.
Read post at Baptist News Global.

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