Why Genre Matters for the Biblical Inerrancy Debate

Dr. Craig Blomberg discusses how understanding the historical nature of the Gospels informs the inerrancy debate (0:10), and Dr. Steve Runge gives a lesson on honor from Ephesians (3:15).

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