A Conversation on Inspiration and Inerrancy with Darrell Bock and Andreas Köstenberger

Michael J. Kruger

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June 1, 2015

Last December (2014), I had the privilege of participating in a podcast interview with Darrell Bock and the Dallas Theological Seminary program The Table.  I was joined by my friend Andreas Köstenberger (co-author of The Heresy of Orthodoxy).

The interview covered a wide range of topics related to inspiration and inerrancy, particularly last year’s popular blog series by Peter Enns entitled “Aha Moments.”  That series highlighted evangelical scholars who have discovered things in their biblical research that have caused them to change their views about inerrancy.

In response, I offered a brief series on my own website entitled “Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? Facing Scripture’s Difficult Passages.”  I invited a number of prominent evangelical scholars wrote brief posts to deal with some of the issues raised by Enns.  While I was hoping to include a few more installments in that series, time has slipped away and a few folks were not able to get to their contribution as planned.  Regardless, I include the final installments here:

New Series:  Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? Facing Scripture’s Difficult Passages

Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? Facing Scripture’s Difficult Passages #1 (Greg Beale)

Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? Facing Scripture’s Difficult Passages # 2 (Craig Blomberg)

Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? Facing Scripture’s Difficult Passages #3 (Darrell Bock)

Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? Facing Scripture’s Difficult Passages #4 (Andreas Köstenberger)

Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? Facing Scripture’s Difficult Passages#5 (John Currid)

Here is a shot from the video roundtable with Darrell Bock, Andreas Köstenberger and myself.  To watch, go here.

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