Stephen Young on Inerrantist “Protective Strategies” (Skinner)

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A few weeks back I had the privilege of reading two articles by Stephen Young, a very bright Ph.D. candidate in the Religious Studies Department at Brown University. I had intended to blog about them sooner, but running six courses and trying to meet a heap of deadlines seems to have prevented me from getting around to it. (This is why I’ve been virtually absent from this blog for the past month!) I wouldn’t be surprised if many of you had already read the first of these two articles, as there was something of a “buzz” about its publication–at least in my social media circles. The first article is entitled, “Protective Strategies and the Prestige of the ‘Academic’: A Religious Studies and Practice Theory Redescription of Evangelical Inerrantist Scholarship,” and just appeared in the most recent fascicle of Biblical Interpretation. Here’s the abstract:

This article examines how Evangelical Christian inerrantist…

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About Michael R. Jones

Pastor and PhD candidate writing on Paul's theology of suffering.
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