The Unfettered Word features several essays by Southern Baptist scholars that address the issue of inerrancy. The authors examine the issue and most conclude that perhaps the term "inerrancy" is not the best way to describe the Bible. The essays also interact with the historical controversy of inerrancy within the Southern Baptist Convention and they hope to provide discussion in a spirit of unity. Contributors to this volume include: R. Alan Culpepper, Russell H. Dilday, William R. Estep, Jr., Fisher Humphreys, Robison B. James, Edgar V. McKnight, Thomas J. Nettles, Stewart A. Newman, and Charles H. Talbert. The editor, Robison B. James, is Professor of Religion at the University of Richmond in Virginia. Also included is a foreword by Mark A. Noll.
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