The Shepherd’s Conference has finished with a bang by MacArthur. This years conference has been titled The Inerrancy Summit, and it has assembled a stellar gathering of speakers: Alistair Begg, R. C. Sproul, Steve Nichols, Ligon Duncan, Carl Trueman, Mark Dever, Steve Lawson, Greg Beale, Derek Thomas, Al Mohler, Sinclair Ferguson, Iain Murray, Kevin DeYoung, and no I didn’t make this up.
Most of the sessions are on Vimeo, and more audio and video options will be coming later, I presume.
Al Mohler invites Greg Beale to discuss the issue of biblical inerrancy. They discuss the current challenges being raised against inerrancy, and consider how the practical neglect of the Bible’s clear teaching undermines inerrancy.
The subject of Biblical Inerrancy was a hard won battle of Evangelicals in the 20th century. But we are now loosing it again, not because the issues have not been accurately addressed, but because we have little regard for church history. In other words, we have to fight for inerrancy again because of our ignorance.
G. K. Beale and Carl Trueman discuss this very important subject in light of the postmodern challenges to inerrancy. This discussion is based on Beale’s recently released book ‘The Erosion of Inerrancy in Evangelicalism.‘
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