Does The Bible Employ Cultural Accommodation?

"Many theologians suggest that whatever truth may be found in the Bible is relative to the world view of the culture in which it was written. According to them, God has accommodated himself to the mistaken notions of the ancient Near East in His communication to us through the Bible. This viewpoint was never widely held until the rise of liberal theology in the eighteenth century,1 and assumes that God either cannot or does not communicate with us in such a way as to give us truth unencumbered with the false ideas of the people whom he inspired. The theory of cultural accommodation is therefore the result of an antisupernaturalistic bias which is incompatible with the Bible's treatment of itself."

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