By Carlos R. Bovell
"Carlos Bovell's e-book is necessary not only since it analyses the assumptions underlying the appeal of inerrancy yet since it captures the intense religious effects which are at stake. He has given us a clean and illuminating point of view at the highbrow roots of foundationalism as utilized to doctrines of the Bible. If Scripture is to be actually heard, and if the religion is to be passed on in a fit style sooner or later, then Bovell's proposals needs to be all for the maximum seriousness."
--William J. Abraham
Southern Methodist University
"Since the 17th century, many Protestants have insisted that Christian ideals and practices needs to both be contained in or derived from Scripture. by means of sturdy and worthy final result sheds new mild at the historic and cultural advancements that led Protestants to undertake this place. much more importantly, it exhibits that, for traditional believers who include it, biblicist foundationalism should be theologically and spiritually disastrous. it is a clever and evocative paintings that merits a truly cautious reading."
--Jason E. Vickers
United Theological Seminary
"Bovell indicates, with scholarly rigour and persuasion, that the roots of biblicist foundationalism lie in seventeenth-century skepticism. He thereby demanding situations fundamentalist claims that biblicist modes of suggestion return to the origins of Christianity . . . His problem is hard-hitting, going so far as to signify that a few humans might have to get out of Christianity so as to have the capacity to go back to it with new understanding."
University of Oxford
Carlos R. Bovell is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary and of The Institute for Christian experiences, Toronto. he's the writer of Inerrancy and the religious Formation of more youthful Evangelicals (Wipf and inventory, 2007).