Inerrancy Under Attack

Volume 29, Issue 3, May 2023 by Gary E. Gilley, Pastor/teacher Southern View Chapel Many have said that inerrancy is the doctrine upon which evangelicalism stands or falls, and it is one of only two doctrines that the Evangelical Theological Society requires its members to hold.[1] It is therefore vital to understand how evangelicals today define the term. Looking back a few years, a “battle for the Bible” took place within American Christianity between 1955 and 1985 (what J. I. Packer has dubbed the “30 years war.”)[2] Harold Lindsell’s 1976 book by the same title brought the discussion to a head, and the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy (CSBI) written in 1978 presumably laid the issue to rest by providing a precise definition of inerrancy

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