Are there inspired errors in Scripture? Are the narratives historical or something else? Was Adam a historical person? Was Paul wrong to assume he was? If the Bible assumes that the accounts in the Bible are historical, should we? If God’s oral word is true, is His written word the same?
Dr. Beale interacts with some troubling contemporary trends in evangelical scholarship. Watch it here.
Dr. Richard Barcellos is associate professor of New Testament Studies. He received a B.S. from California State University, Fresno, an M.Div. from The Master’s Seminary, and a Th.M. and Ph.D. from Whitefield Theological Seminary. Dr. Barcellos is pastor of Grace Reformed Baptist Church, Palmdale, CA. He is author of Trinity & Creation, The Covenant of Works, and Getting the Garden Right. He has contributed articles to various journals and is a member of ETS.
Courses taught for CBTS: New Testament Introduction, Biblical Hermeneutics, Biblical Theology I, Biblical Theology II.