Some Resources on Inerrancy in light of Sunday’s Sermon at CrossView

(download the audio of this SBTS panel here)

(Audio for this T4G panel here)

Other links:

  1. A Carson video on inerrancy from The Gospel Coalition
  2. Piper asked about inerrancy and faith
  3. Literalism: Isn’t the Bible historically unreliable and regressive? (Keller)
  4. Is the Bible without Error? (Piper)
  5. How do I know the Bible is true? (Keller)
  6. The Gospel Coalition Resources on Biblical Authority
  7. The Inerrancy of the Autographa (Bahnsen)
  8. Inductivism, Inclusivism, and Inerrancy (Bahnsen)
  9. The first 6 minutes of this video has an interesting contrast between 3 people and Keller’s answer is easily the best.
  10. Is the Bible Inerrant? (Frame)
  11. Martin Downes posts his interview with Professor Greg Bealeon inerrancy (HT: JT):

John Frame answers a question: Biblical inerrancy has been fiercely debated and rejected by many in recent years, even by those who identify themselves as evangelical.  How would you define inerrancy and is it important to affirm?  If so, why?

Inerrancy is simply “truth” in the conventional sense. It is not to be confused with “precision,” though a certain degree of precision is often needed to communicate truth. And yes, it is important to affirm inerrancy so defined, because God’s word is truth (John 17:17).


About pjtibayan

I love Jesus Christ and live to share life and share Jesus together with First Southern Baptist Church of Bellflower primarily to Southeast Los Angeles County.
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