For those who are familiar the innerrency debate has been raging since the turn of the 19th century. While it is not as vociferous as it once was it is still with us. The problem we face today is that it answers questions that are no longer being asked. How to deal with this? I'm not sure, but this article raises some interesting points.
I consider the “inerrancy” of Scripture discussion tacky. It brings up “old debates” like dirty laundry that have little applicability to the issues we confront in today’s culture. It is tired, overworked and well-worn conversation. Yet it continues to raise ire … among us evangelicals ... even the emerging churches. More.