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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
February 09, 2013
Are Churches Any Better Than Nightclubs? (hint: if the obvious choice were the right answer I wouldn’t have written this)
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