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Inspiration and Incarnation, Second Edition

Inspiration and Incarnation, Second Edition

Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament

by Peter Enns

"Everyone who loves the Bible ought to read this important book."  ~Tremper Longman III, Robert H. Gundry Professor of Biblical Studies, Westmont College

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

In this book Peter Enns, an expert in biblical interpretation, addresses Old Testament phenomena that challenge traditional evangelical perspectives on Scripture.

Read an Excerpt From

Read an Excerpt From "Inspiration and Incarnation"

"At such time when new evidence comes to light, or old evidence is seen in a new light, we must be willing to engage that evidence and adjust our doctrine accordingly."

Praise for

Praise for "Inspiration and Incarnation"

"This book continues to strike a chord that resonates." ~Stephen B. Chapman, associate professor of Old Testament, Duke University

Peter Enns' Website: The Bible for Normal People

Peter Enns' Website: The Bible for Normal People

Peter Enns tells stories about everyday normal people and their struggles with the Bible.

Peter Enns' Blog

Peter Enns' Blog

On his blog, Peter Enns explores the Bible and tries to understand God.

Book Roundtable: Continue the Conversation with our Bloggers

A Biblical Interpretation I Haven't Considered Before

A Biblical Interpretation I Haven't Considered Before

Alicia de los Reyes

Enns presents a way for everyone to understand the Bible without becoming disillusioned–though we will still remain confused.

Evangelicals, Academia, and Inerrancy

Evangelicals, Academia, and Inerrancy

Enns' work is not simply oriented toward ensuring that evangelical faith is not threatened by truth, but also in protecting truth from religion, too.

Peter Enns, Inerrancy, and the

Peter Enns, Inerrancy, and the "Two Natures" of the Bible

Kyle Roberts

A welcome drink of water in an evangelical desert.

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