J. I. Packer’s commendation of Mike Licona’s new book is not an approval of Licona’s denial of inerrancy.
J. I. Packer has flatly denied that he had changed or modified his view on inerrancy in a recent phone call with Norman Geisler.
Mike Licona recently said “probably Mark is confused” concerning the location of the Feeding of the 5000. Was Mark confused or is it Licona?
Can one affirm inerrancy while believing the Bible has contradictions? Some Evangelical New Testament scholars are saying this is acceptable. Here’s a critique of this view.
Admitting the Bible has errors–regardless of how small–has huge theological consequences. So why are evangelical professors abandoning unlimited inerrancy? And what potential impact could this have?