Cool Feedback from a “Gospel Test” Taker

I’ve had a lot of interaction with people who took my “Gospel Proficiency Test” at the Yeshua in Context blog. See it here. About 500 people have read the test so far and I could guess that about half actually took it.

One reader sent me a cool insight today about how he did on the test and how the normal channels of preaching-teaching had little to do with his relatively good score. His insight is just past the jump . . .

Thanks for posting the quiz, it was challenging and enlightening. It’s unfortunate that I probably only scored as well as I did because I read skeptic websites from time to time and have discussed the difficulties of inerrancy with my brother, who is a NT scholar. My church background (or devotional reading) alone wouldn’t have prepared me for it.

About Derek Leman

IT guy working in the associations industry. Formerly a congregational rabbi. Dad of 8. Nerd.
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