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Ken Schenck Reviews Five Views of Biblical Inerrancy

Ken Schenk, who is always worth reading, has begun a twothree-part review of Zondervan’s Five Views of Biblical Inerrancy. I have appreciated many of Zondervan’s Counterpoints  books, but have not yet had the opportunity to look at this one. In each volume, a number of scholars propound their views of some theological topic (sanctification, hell, etc.) and interact with the views of their colleagues.

The contributors to this volume are Al Mohler, Kevin Vanhoozer, Mike Bird (who blogs at Euangelion), John Franke, and Peter Enns. It looks like an interesting volume, and Ken’s reflections are also quite apt.

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  1. […] Dr. Platypus points us to Ken Schenck’s review of a new book from Zondervan on Five Views of Biblical Inerrancy. […]

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  2. […] options regarding Biblical inspiration on his blog. Pete Enns and Ken Schenck are among the several bloggers who've recently focused attention on the forthcoming book, Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy. […]

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