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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Norman L Geisler
|Description:||x, 516 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Christ's view of Scripture / John W. Wenham --
The Apostles' view of Scripture / Edwin A. Blum --
Alleged errors and discrepancies in the original manuscripts of the Bible / Gleason L. Archer --
Higher criticism and biblical inerrancy / J. Barton Payne --
Legitimate hermeneutics / Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. --
The inerrancy of the autographa / Greg L. Bahnsen --
The adequacy of human language / James I. Packer --
The human authorship of inspired Scripture / Gordon R. Lewis --
The meaning of inerrancy / Paul D. Feinberg --
Philosophical presuppositions of biblical errancy / Norman L. Geisler --
The internal testimony of the Holy Spirit / R.C. Sproul --
The view of the Bible held by the church : the early church through Luther / Robert D. Preus --
The view of the Bible held by the church : Calvin and the Westminster divines / John H. Gerstner --
B.B. Warfield versus G.C. Berkouwer on Scripture / Henry Krabbendam.
|Responsibility:||edited by Norman L. Geisler.|
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Inerrancy: worth reading no matter what your perspective
Inerrancy is a book sponsored by the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy. It was written around 1980 and yet its scholarship is timeless. It deals with challenges to inerrancy and explains reasons for inerrancy. I don't think it is "too deep," but it will require a mind willing...
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