Inerrant the Wind

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-12-16
  • Publisher: Prometheus Books
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In this painstakingly researched and penetrating analysis of the dispute on the doctrine of biblical inerrancythe belief that the Bible is correct in any statement it makes, whether on nature or history, on doctrine or morals. Price provides a historical survey of the fundamentalist-modernist controversy of the early 20th century and argues that this history began repeating itself in the 1970s.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. 7
Introduction: The Surprising Range of Optionsp. 9
Troubling The House: A New Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy?p. 13
Prodigal Fundamentalists: The Neo-evangelical Fermentp. 61
"Inerrancy, Ltd." The Inerrancy of (Some) Assertionsp. 85
Enigma and Kerygma: An Infallible Central Messagep. 109
Through A Kaleidoscope Darkly: Authority as Authorization in a Pluriform Canonp. 133
"It Ain't Necessarily So": Do Evangelicals Demythologize?p. 153
The Orthodoxford Option: The Canon outside the Canonp. 183
Conclusion: Onward to Post-Evangelicalismp. 197
Clark H. Pinnock: Conservative and Contemporaryp. 217
Paradigm Shifting and the Apologetics Debatep. 265
The Centrality and Scope of Conversionp. 275
Bibliographyp. 297
General Indexp. 313
Scripture Indexp. 321
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