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?
There is growing confusion in the church over what the doctrine of inerrancy really means. How should we define it?
Roger Olson has taught at Bethel University and George W. Truett Theological Seminary. He claims the Bible is infallible but not inerrant. Here’s what’s wrong with this view.
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.