A response to William Lane Craig’s Neo-evangelical view of “limited” inerrancy. Is it true that inerrancy is not arrived at inductively but deductively?
How does heresy infiltrate God’s people? One way is by casting doubt on God’s Word through psychological operation.
Some today are touting “limited inerrancy.” This view is meaningless and places the Bible in the same category as every other book.
Crossway’s Justin Taylor has recently posted some statements from J.I. Packer on inerrancy and hermeneutics. Some Neo-Evangelicals, however, are now claiming these statements can be used to support their view of Scripture. However, this simply is not true.
What’s the relationship between biblical inerrancy and orthodoxy? It might not be a test of evangelical authenticity but it is for evangelical consistency.
Here’s an overview of what’s at stake for the next generation. History has repeated itself. We’re once again seeing a departure from the traditional view of inerrancy. Will we recognize how important this battle is and stand up before it’s too late?