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5 Views on Biblical Inerrancy

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Co-written with John Franke, Kevin Vanhoozer, Michael Bird, and Al Mohler, Zondervan, 2013

There is little doubt that the inerrancy of the Bible is a current and often contentious topic among evangelicals. Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy represents a timely contribution by showcasing the spectrum of evangelical positions on inerrancy, facilitating understanding of these perspectives, particularly where and why they diverge.

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What Is The Bible? Inerrancy Can't Answer.

What Is The Bible? A Good Question That Biblical Inerrancy Can’t Answer.

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

I deeply respect Scripture, but I am not an inerrantist. I have several reasons for this, but it comes down to two things: The Bible as a whole (rather than […]

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inerrancy, historical criticism, and the slippery slope

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

In today’s post, Carlos Bovell suggests a visual metaphor that moves beyond the slippery slope, either/or thinking common among inerrantists. Bovell, a frequent contributor to this blog, is a graduate of Westminster […]

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when inerrancy no longer works: Carlos Bovell on Robert Yarbrough

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Today’s guest post is by Carlos Bovell, a frequent contributor to this blog (for a recent post go here and work backwards). Bovell is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary and The Institute for Christian […]

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“inerrancy doesn’t describe what the Bible does”–some comments from my ETS talk

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

I could have sworn I posted this months ago, but didn’t. So here it is. These are my comments I gave at the Evangelical Theological Society in Baltimore last November […]

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The Exodus of Inerrancy and Entrance Into Authenticity (Hardman, part 2 of 3)

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Today we continue our 3-part series by Randy Hardman on his experiences as an official Christian apologist and why he felt he had to move on from that vocation. (The […]

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