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Ligon Duncan, Kevin DeYoung, and Albert Mohler answer this question for a new website, Inerrancy, which provides an ongoing stream of helpful resources:


You can also follow the Twitter feed at @theinerrantword.


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3 thoughts on “Why Defend Inerrancy?”

  1. Simon says:

    Would the Chicago Statement be considered by its proponents as a dogmatic, universal doctrine?

  2. Slimjim says:

    Looking forward to this conference!

  3. Scott says:

    Why defend inerrancy? Because you can have conferences about it and write books about it and make money talking about it! And, like Owen Strachan’s recent example, its fun to call people heretics if they don’t believe it (that too gets attention and even more money).

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