Glen Scrivener and Sam Chan discuss how to challenge “buffet-style” Christianity. They address:

  • The à la carte approach to Bible teaching (0:40)
  • The paradox of choice as the key to happiness (1:10)
  • Preference vs. ontology; autonomy vs. truth (2:16)
  • Truth matters—you cannot choose the parts you want and ignore the rest (3:15)
  • Absolute truth via multiple perspectives and the Bible as reference point (4:13)
  • Learning epistemology through an international community of interpreters and epistemic humility (5:05)

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