Biblical Inerrancy

John H. Gerstner

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I. Some Unsound Bases for Sound Doctrine

1.

The Bible's Own Testimony as the Basis for Bible Inerrancy

2.

The Holy Spirit's Testimony as the Basis for Bible Inerrancy

3.

The Believer's Testimony as the Basis for Bible Inerrancy

4.

The Church's Testimony as the Basis for Bible Inerrancy

Part II. A Sound Basis for Sound Doctrine

5.

The Testimony of Divinely Commissioned Messengers as the Basis for Bible Inerrancy

 

(a) The Argument from Commissioned Messengers to Inspired Bible

6.

The Testimony of Divinely Commissioned Messengers as the Basis for Bible Inerrancy

 

(b) The Argument from Inspired Bible to Inerrant Bible

Part III. Some Objections to Inerrancy and Their Answers

7.

Objections Allegedly Arising from Science

8.

Objections Arising from an Alleged “Docetism”

Appendix on “The Confession of 1967” (of the UPCUSA)

Select and Recommended Bibliography




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