The Inspiration, Inerrancy,
and Authority of the Bible
You can read the notes here on the Desiring God site.
- Why We Believe the Bible, Part 2
- Why We Believe the Bible, Part 3
- Why We Believe the Bible, Part 4
- Why We Believe the Bible, Part 5
- Why Are We Concerned with the Bible?
- Which Books Make Up the Bible and Why?
- The New Testament Canon
- Do We Have the Very Words Written by the Biblical Authors?
- Does It Matter Whether We Affirm the Verbal Inerrancy of the Original Manuscripts?
- What Does the Bible Claim for Itself?
- The Old Testament Claims for Itself
- The Truth and Authority of the Apostles
- How Can We Justify the Claim That the Bible Is God’s Word?
- The Meaning of the Bible’s Inerrancy
- Appendix One: The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy (1978)
- Appendix Two: The Immediate Knowledge of God That Comes with Human Consciousness in the World
- Appendix Three: My Own Experience of God as an Immediate Effect of My Consciousness in the World as a Human Being
- Appendix Four: Note on How the Immediate Knowledge of God Relates to the Self-Attestation of Scripture
- Appendix Five: Thoughts on How to Know If a Writing Is From God
- Appendix Six: An Argument From the Fulfillment of Prophecy
- Appendix Seven: How Do We Credit Paul’s Testimony?
- Appendix Eight: John Calvin on Scripture and the Internal Testimony of the Spirit