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.
Some have jumped on Andy Stanley for denying the infallibility of the Bible. However, at worst, these statements are unfortunate and incomplete but not explicitly heretical.
Norman Geisler answers the question, “Does the Bible have errors?” His general argument is that it cannot err based on the nature of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This lecture is from the Veritas Evangelical Seminary 2014 National Apologetics Conference.
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?
The Neoevangelicals are attempting to dehistoricize the resurrection of the saints narrative in Mt 27. However, even though they differ on details, the Fathers surveyed here are unanimous as to the historical nature of this event. Not a single example was found of any Church Father who believed this was a legend.