• “Aha” moments that challenged beliefs about the Bible

    In 2014, Old Testament scholar Peter Enns began a series of posts in which ...

  • 2 + 2 = 5?

    William Jennings Bryan is reported to have said: "I believe the whale swallowed ...

  • Calvin and the (in)errancy of Scripture

    It is clear to any reader of the works of John Calvin that he had a very high ...

  • Confessions of a virtual inerrantist

    Recent publication of a book exploring Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy has ...

  • Craig Blomberg on ‘Inerrancy’

    Craig Blomberg is Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary.  ...

  • Inerrancy and infallibility

    Inerrancy and infallibility, writes Timothy Ward, are not to be thought of ...

  • Inerrancy as an evangelical ‘boundary marker’

    According to one commentator, when Matthew came to write his narrative of Jesus' ...

  • Jesus: a ‘new and improved’ Moses?

    Should we regard the Old Testament and the New Testament as continuous, or ...

  • Problems with inerrancy

    I'm sorry that Michael Pahl is taking a rest from blogging at the moment.  ...

  • The ‘heresy’ of inerrancy

    [Note: I'm using the word 'heresy' in the old-fashioned sense of 'divisiveness' ...