Michael Bird has some excellent thoughts on inerrancy which was the topic of this year’s ETS conference.
Inerrancy is supposed to be about the text of Scripture, but it often becomes more about “the inerrancy of their interpretation. In other words, inerrancy is not just about scripture, but about setting up fence posts against certain interpretations of scripture.”
Inerrancy is not about interpretations, inerrancy is not about methodologies, and the word “inerrancy” should not be elevated to the level of a shibboleth.
Read it and think: