The Reformed Forum: An Interview with G.K. Beale

The guys at the Reformed Forum (including Carl Truman) recently interviewed Gregory Beale about his book, The Erosion of Inerrancy in Evangelicalism   Here is how they describe the conversation:

Dr. Beale discusses the significance of Biblical inerrancy, its Scriptural basis, and the problems with jettisoning the doctrine.  In addition to a proper concern for inerrancy, Beale explains how scholars can rightly approach the use of Ancient Near Eastern and 2nd Temple Jewish literature without undermining the authority and perspicuity of Scripture.  Along the way the panel considers the influence of postmodernism on Biblical studies.  

This interview with Beale is the 54th in a series of interviews with some of today’s foremost “Reformed” scholars, pastors, and church leaders.  Other interviewees include Russell Moore, JV Fesko, Vern Poythress, and Phil Ryken, to name a few.  I only stumbled upon this site today, but it looks full of great resources.  I encourage you to check it out, especially the Beale interview, in light of its current relevance.

Sola Deo Gloria, dss

(HT: Derek Thomas at Reformation21)