Steve Lagoon of The Discerner provides a great overview of why inerrancy is so important for Christians today.
Part 2: Robert Gundry, Gaining Renewed Support from ETS, Declares Peter an Apostate in Matthew’s Gospel
Robert Gundry of Westmont College has just published his theory that Peter was an apostate, false disciple. Here’s a brief response.
Dr. Vic Reasoner, president of Southern Methodist College, discusses a major shift within the Wesleyan Theological Society concerning its position on inerrancy and why Wesleyans would do well to continue to affirm this important doctrine.
Bob Wilkin discusses whether we can still trust NT professors in the latest edition of Grace in Focus Magazine. His article is reprinted here by permission.
The doctrine of inerrancy does not belong to any one denomination or section of Christendom. It belongs to the whole church.
Does the Bible teach Adam and Eve were the first humans? A new book by a professor from Wheaton College claims it’s not important–while maintaining such a view is compatible with inerrancy. Here’s a thorough response from Dr. Norman Geisler.