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Andrew, Stephen L. “Biblical Inerrancy.” Chafer Theological Seminary Journal 08, no. 1 (January 2002): 2-21.

THEO 525-B04 LUO (fall 2013)

Systematic Theology I

Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary

Jennifer C. Wood (ID# L25703677)

September 1, 2013

Contents

Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………….1
Brief Summary…………………………………………………………………………………….1
Critical Interaction………………………………………………………………………………...2
Conclusion
Selected Bibliography

Introduction
This paper is a critical examination of Stephen Andrew’s “Biblical Inerrancy” as published January of 2002 in the Chafer Theological Seminary Journal. Andrew writes the article as a graduate student at Fuller Theological Seminary pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology. In the exposition he presents a historical overview of the biblical inerrancy debate and reviews arguments concerning inerrancy of the bible as relevant to modern evangelicalism. Due to spatial limitations, Andrew restricts his focus to examining the views in support of and against inerrancy from four major perspectives: the slippery slope, epistemological, historical, and biblical arguments.
Brief Summary
The article is written as an exhortation for the promotion and defense of the inerrancy doctrine while warning against a universal acceptance of all supporting arguments. Andrew opens by defining inerrancy according to Paul D. Feinberg1, as well as Article XII of the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy2; and “limited inerrancy” using a description by Stephen T. Davis3. He traces the debate from its origination in the late 19th century, with B.B. Warfield advocating inerrancy and James Orr opposing him in favor of limited inerrancy, through to its decline in the 1980s. He notes the apex of the debate as the publication of Harold Lindsell’s The Battle for the Bible4 and includes a…...

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