Kenton Sparks and Peter Enns have generated a debate about inerrancy that is currently demanding the attention of biblical scholars and students. Armed with six degrees, professor Vern Poythress formally enters the discussion. He indirectly critiques mainstream biblical scholarship from those like Enns, Sparks, Allert, and McGowan, but does so primarily by positive example. As a top-ranked New Testament scholar, Poythress tackles some of the most difficult exegetical problems, showing the way forward on passages that have perplexed many: the centurion's servant, cleansing the temple, cursing the fig tree, and more. Poythress demonstrates what inerrancy looks like in practice when applied to difficulties in the Gospels, ultimately proving that the case for inerrancy is in fact workable. All scholars who affirm the authority and inerrancy of Scripture will find in this volume great encouragement and insight as Poythress has provided an arresting case to stem the tide of skepticism.
Type: Paperback ()
Category: Books > Theology
ISBN / UPC: 9781433528606/1433528606
Publish Date: 1/1/2010
Item No: 256995
Vendor: Crossway Books/ Good News Publishers