SBTS Panel on “Revisiting Inerrancy”

Last week at Southern Seminary there was a very interesting panel discussion on “Revisiting Inerrancy” featuring Al Mohler, Denny Burk, Bruce Ware, Gregg Allison, and Russell Moore.

Quite an enjoyable segment, many references to Peter Enns and Kenton Sparks, the panelist obviously take a conservative theological approach to the matter, and the best part is that it provides a good overview of the theological substructure in which inerrancy is said to be embedded in. Worth a listen when it comes to Battle for the Bible debates.

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  • Tony Stiff

    People who agree with one another talking about people not present that they don’t agree with.

    When it comes to matters of controversy – either in the church or in the academy – I find these types of panels rarely helpful. More times than not they only function in self-confirming and self-appeasing ways rather than fostering an ecumenical spirit that could serve the mission of the church.


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