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4.0 out of 5 starsThe vibrant doctrine of inerrancy on display
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2019
This book is the published result of the many lectures and sermons that were delivered by numerous authors during the Inerrancy Summit in 2015 on the campus of Grace Community Church (Sun Valley, CA). There are 24 chapters (399 pp) which seek to show the biblical case for inerrancy, to demonstrate the doctrine from church history, to answer important critics, and to show its pastoral application for the church. Not all chapters are equal but those by Iain Murray, Abner Chou, William Barrick, Brad Klassen, Matt Waymeyer (of The Expositors Seminary), and Michael Kruger make enormously helpful and encouraging contributions to their respective issues.
An excellent survey on the subject of inerrancy. The chapters were well written and very complementary to each other. As its editor, John MacArthur selected very qualified and gifted writers for the various chapters.
Terrific essays to give clarity on not only the doctrine of inerrancy, but also the logical fallacy of believing the bible while not holding to this wonderful God glorifying truth, that His word is without error.