Video of Kevin Vanhoozer on “Augustinian Inerrancy”

Video of Kevin Vanhoozer on “Augustinian Inerrancy” December 14, 2013

In the book Biblical Inerrancy: Five Views, one of the contributors is Kevin Vanhoozer, who presents the kind of hermeneutically sophisticated and theologically nuanced position on inerrancy that American evangelicals desperately need to listen to. I found points of agreement and disagreement with all contributors in the book, however, I felt the closest kinship with Kevin Vahoozer. My only hang up is that his “Augustinian Inerrancy” needs to face up to some serious “Origenesque exegesis” in order to be a bit more robust. But seriously, Vanhoozer gives a good take on a sensitive subject.

What is more, we are lucky that Vanhoozer’s pre-recorded talk that was presented at ETS is now available on-line for viewing. Here it is:

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