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Peter Enns' doctrine of Scripture, formulated in print over a nearly fifteen-year period, places a central and controlling importance upon the incarnational analogy. As both he and his critics have acknowledged, the resulting model of Scripture stands at marked variance with the classical evangelical doctrine of inerrancy. This article assesses Enns' formulation of the incarnational analogy, particularly as it bears on the doctrine of Scripture.
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