Pedagogical Best Practices for the Doctrine of Inerrancy

I am happy to help get the word out about a session in which I will be speaking at next week’s meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) in Baltimore, Maryland. The theme of the ETS meeting this year is inerrancy, and the session that I am participating is dealing with the question of how we should teach inerrancy in the classroom. Other panelists in this session include Vern Poythress, Garry DeWeese, Doug Blount, Paul D. Wegner, and Tim Anderson. This session is the brainchild of Jason Oakes, and you can read more about what we will be doing here. If you are going to be in Baltimore at the meeting, I hope to see you there. The sesson title is “Pedagogical Best Practices for the Doctrine of Inerrancy” and our slot is Thursday, November 21 from 1:00 to 4:10 PM.

One Response to Pedagogical Best Practices for the Doctrine of Inerrancy

  1. Adam Omelianchuk November 14, 2013 at 11:55 am #

    Say hi to Garry for me–one of my favorite teachers. 🙂

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