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Articles & Essays
Inspiration and Incarnation
The Audience of I&I
I&I and the Authority of Scripture
I&I and Inerrancy
Responding to Critics
A Response to Paul Helm
Responses to Some General Criticism of I&I
Criticism 1: I&I Is Inconsistent with the Reformed Faith
Criticism 2: I&I Ignores Other Possible Solutions
Criticism 3: I&I Denies Inerrancy
Criticism 4: I&I Lacks Precision and Clarity
Criticism 5: I&I Has Been Criticized by Some Important Scholars
Responses to Other Critical Reviews
Interactions with Bruce Waltke
My response to the Introduction of Bruce Waltke’s surrejoinder to my response above.
Bruce Waltke’s Revisiting Inspiration and Incarnation.
A Response to Richard Pratt
I&I and Westminster Theological Seminary
I&I and the Westminster Confession of Faith
My Response from the Westminster Theological Journal (Spring 2009)
Christianity Today Coverage
Science, Faith, and Inerrancy
evangelicals and academia
August 06, 2014
“We are all heroes of our own stories”: interview with Brandon Withrow on academic freedom in evangelicalism
February 14, 2014
upcoming ETS conference geared toward nervous protection of theological boundaries
December 02, 2013
Evangelicalism and the anti-intellectual cult of the “Christian worldview”
November 08, 2013
evangelicalism and the uneasy relationship with academic freedom–more thoughts from Molly Worthen
November 03, 2013
evangelicalism and anti-intellectualism: blame the leaders
October 25, 2013
the contradictions of evangelicalism and the crisis of authority–a note on a new book
July 17, 2013
James Barr on Evangelical Biblical Scholarship
June 25, 2013
Evangelical Faith and the Challenge of Historical Criticism (a new book on a recurring problem)
June 20, 2013
Why Adjunct, Underemployed, and Otheremployed Evangelical Professors May Be The Key to the Future
April 26, 2013
Science, Faith, and Academic Freedom: notes from a conference
January 25, 2013
The Deeper Scandal of the Evangelical Mind: We Are Not Allowed to Use It
January 14, 2013
3 Ways I Would Like to See Evangelical Leaders Stop Defending The Bible
January 10, 2013
3 Things I Would Like to See Evangelical Leaders Stop Saying about Biblical Scholarship
January 03, 2013
Can Evangelical Colleges and Seminaries Be Truly Academic Institutions?
December 27, 2012
What do Turkey, Bethlehem, and Tennessee Have in Common? They Don’t Bode Well for the Conservative Christian Subculture
November 21, 2012
Trying to Believe in God (or, listening to your inner atheist)
September 09, 2012
Is it Possible for Christian Institutions to be Followers of Jesus? (Don’t rush me, I’m thinking)
July 16, 2012
Evangelicals Critiquing other Evangelicals for Shoddy Scholarship
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