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Defending Inerrancy Website A Booming Success

Our website went live on May 16, 2014. In the four months since its launch, 10,000 people have signed the petition affirming their support for the full inerrancy of the Bible. The site’s Facebook page has received 48,600 followers. And the site has helped raise awareness to nearly two million people in just a few short months. Many thanks to God and to our editors, Drs. Norm Geisler, David Farnell, Joe Holden, Bill Roach, and to our site architect Shawn Nelson. Praise God for His inerrant Word. “The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever” (Isa. 40:8).

The Can We Trust the Bible? conference will be held on November 7-8 at Calvary Chapel, Costa Mesa, CA. Admission is free!  But you must register and can do so on the web by clicking here.


Last year we had some 5000 people!  Featured speakers this year include Dr. Walter Kaiser, Dr. Norman Geisler, Dr. Ed Hindson, Dr. Richard Land, Dr. David Farnell, and others.

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Can’t make it in person? Or want live conference notes? Participate online here:

2014 Live Blog

1000 Sign Inerrancy Petition

1000 Sign Inerrancy Petition

From on Jun 12, 2014


In only the first few weeks over 1000 have signed the inerrancy petition which says “I affirm that the Bible alone, and in its entirety, is the infallible written Word of God in the original text and is, therefore, inerrant in all that it affirms or denies on whatever topic it addresses.” If you have not signed yet, do so and pass the word on to your friends. With a ground swell of names we can turn the tide together. Niagara Falls is made up of a lot of little drops of water.

New Book on the New Atheism

New Book on the New Atheism

From on Jun 8, 2014


Dr. Geisler and Daniel McCoy have just published a new book on the New Atheism titled The Atheist’s Fatal Flaw (Baker, 2014). Unlike other books on the topic, it attacks atheism at the root. It is a clear, logical, and fatal blow to this contemporary movement.

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