Inerrancy and Church History: The Middle Ages

In a previous article I sought to show that although the word "inerrancy" was not used to describe Scripture until rather recently, the concept of an error-free Bible is found among the early church fathers. Theologians in the medieval church also affirmed the complete truthfulness of Scripture.  Here are a few examples. Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109), … Continue reading Inerrancy and Church History: The Middle Ages

Inerrancy and Church History: The Early Fathers

Since 1978 and the release of Rogers and McKim's massive The Authority and Interpretation of the Bible, it has been a strategy among evangelicals who dislike the doctrine of inerrancy to suggest that the doctrine itself has a recent origin.  Why some evangelical non-inerrantists continue to hold this line is baffling, however, for it is widely … Continue reading Inerrancy and Church History: The Early Fathers