Interesting thought from Weekend Fisher:
The problem with “inerrancy” is that it leaves you nowhere to go. If the Old Testament is inerrant and if inerrancy is enough, then why do we need the New Testament? Either the New Testament is superfluous — or inerrancy is not enough. And if inerrancy is not enough for the Old Testament to be sufficient, why should inerrancy be enough for the New Testament? Either way, if “inerrancy” is the goal, there’s a problem for the New Testament.