Okay, I know …. silly question. But the passage below which I have lifted from David Roberston’s blog opens up some interesting questions.
Of course it is not just about church history but rather what the Scripture says about itself – and what Jesus, Peter, Paul and Mary believed. Does anyone seriously think that they believed that Scripture was in error?David Robertson.
As Jesus and friends would only likely have heard/had access to Torah what would he have made of such tales as Adam and Eve, Noah and the Flood and Moses and Exodus?
Robertson has used the phrase ”in error” which could be construed as slightly ambiguous, so I am wondering, would Jesus (assuming for the sake of argument he existed) have considered these tales historical fact, or as de facto God/Yahweh incarnate recognised they were simply foundational myth but taught they were fact?