Just to clarify myself, my question wasn't making so much of a point for historical continuity (i.e. the framwork hypthesis is wrong because it goes against what was previously taught, period) as it was for the point of allowing extra-biblical voices to influence our exegesis.

If we've been wrong all these centuries, then prove it from scripture, and prove we could have "been right" all these centuries had we been faithful to Scripture. But that's not what's happening with these revisionistic interpretations of Genesis: these are letting worldly "science" dictate how we interpret Scripture, which is an abandonment of Sola Scriptura.

Last edited by Henry; Thu Feb 24, 2005 6:35 PM.

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