A Seismic Shift in the Inerrancy Debate Norman L. Geisler & Douglas E. Potter Open as a PDF A seismic shift is occurring in the inerrancy debate. Unfortunately, few are alarmed about it. In fact, the masses are unaware of it. The shift is from the historically held, evangelical view to a neo–evangelical view of limited inerrancy. The issue is whether inerrancy covers all matters on which the Bible speaks or whether is it...
“A giant of the Faith just went to be with the Lord.” Dr. Geisler salutes Dr. Sproul.
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?