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A Roundtable Discussion on Inerrancy

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It seems to me that critics of inerrancy sometimes share with fundamentalists a naive and modernistic set of assumptions about the way to read a series of covenantal documents.

Michael Horton recently had an engaging e-mail conversation on inerrancy with Michael Spencer, the "Internet Monk," and Donald Richmond, a presbyter and examining chaplain with the Reformed Episcopal Church. Here is what they had to say about this controversial topic.


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Issue: "Inspiration and Inerrancy" March/April 2010 Vol. 19 No. 2 Page number(s): 33-40

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