TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «BIBLIOLATRY»
The term «bibliolatry» is used very little and occupies the 170.858
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BIBLIOLATRY»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to bibliolatry
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
James HUGHES (Perpetual Curate of East and West Looe Cornwall.) which has
been or is about to be recorded. That the appeal to their authority was final is
shown not only by the confidence with which the claim of the new religion to ...
James HUGHES (Perpetual Curate of East and West Looe Cornwall.), 1862
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A History of the English Bible as Literature
THE PIOUS CHORUS If to adore an image be idolatry, To deify a book is
bibliolatry. This bon mot, the OED's first example of 'bibliolatry', comes from John
Byrom (d. 1763) in the course of an argument against the idea that the Holy Spirit
Arguing with God: A Dialogue: Fundamentalist Christianity ...
The thesis of the sermon is the charge that there is an impediment or a boulder of
bibliolatry holding some back from new visions and truths. That impediment is
assuming the Word of God to be a mere book, the Bible.xxi Eli: I don't know of ...
The Divine Order: A Study in F. D. Maurice's Theology
bears witness to Him, it must never be conceived as being the Word of God itself.
83 This is simply bibliolatry, another expression of idolatry. It was nonetheless
precisely such a bibliolatry which was carrying the day because of the prevailing
Father, Son, and the Other One
Bibliolatry is actually a harmful innovation that diminishes the power of the gospel
ofJesus because it replaces our passion for the author of the text with a devotion
to the apparatus—the text itself. Wallace continues: The net effect of such ...
God and the Natural World: Religion and Science in ...
By bibliolatry Allles meant regarding the Bible as an idol. While he considered
the doctrine of plenary inspiration as untenable and discredited among scholars,
Miles realized that it continued to hold a popular appeal. Miles found it ironic that
Memory and Hope: Strands of Canadian Baptist History
This, of course, was not unique to Shields, although he certainly was a leader in
this movement and, as such, responsible for lending some credence to the
charge of "bibliolatry" with which fundamentalism has been so often accused.
Giving Up God... to Find God: Breaking Free of Idolarty
Given the irrationality of bibliolatry, what accountsforthe fact thatnearlyone third of
Christians in the United States pay homage toBythe Bookgod?His feet are so
obviously made of clay that it'sbafflinghe hasany followers atall, much less such ...
A Community Called Atonement: Living Theology
... will suggestthat Scripture playsan atoning role in thelifeof the church. Before
weget to such a proposal, let me clear outsomerubble. Bibliolatry. I begin with the
rubble called bibliolatry, the tendency forsome Christians toascribetoo much ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «BIBLIOLATRY»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
Captive virgins, polygamy and sex slaves: What marriage would …
Granted, sometimes even decent people do get sucked into a sort of text worship that I call bibliolatry, and Bible worship can make a person's ... «Raw Story, Jun 15»
The Sad Consequences of Biblical Authority Surrendered
... statement to the church, he said that he felt our denomination had gotten onto the wrong track and was in danger of what he called bibliolatry, ... «Christian Post, Jun 15»
We had so many books we had to hire a structural engineer to …
Growing up in such an atmosphere of bibliolatry, my teenage rebellion took the horribly effete form of reading first editions of Lord Berners in ... «Spectator.co.uk, Jun 15»
12 worst ideas religion has unleashed on the world: Conflict, cruelty …
Bibliolatry (aka Book Worship) – Preliterate people handed down their best guesses about gods and goodness by way of oral tradition, and ... «Salon, May 15»
In Defense of Cherry Picking the Bible
... to become stagnant and cruel, profoundly corrupted by a phenomenon that might best be described as "book worship" or "bibliolatry.". «Huffington Post, May 15»
Is God the Biggest Serial Killer of All Time? – A Response to the …
Here's the thing, Christians shouldn't believe in the Bible. That's a form of idolatry called bibliolatry. There is an important reason that we are not ... «Patheos, Mar 15»
Is There a Blueprint for a Christian University?
Although the written and Living Word of God form the soul, or foundation, of the Christian university we dare not commit the sin of bibliolatry, ... «Huffington Post, Mar 15»
How Iron Age Literacy Spawned Modern Violent Extremism
And bibliolatry coupled with the Iron Age worldview of the Bible writers and Islam's Prophet is what makes Christian and Muslim extremism so ... «Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, Feb 15»
The Soul of the Christian University
Although the Written and Living Word of God form the soul of the Christian university we dare not commit the sin of bibliolatry, worshiping the ... «Huffington Post, Feb 15»
Is ISIS 'Very Islamic?'
The problem is the contents of the Quran and Bible coupled with bibliolatry, meaning text worship. As long as moderate communities of faith ... «Huffington Post, Feb 15»