This is a worthwhile review of what sounds like a worthwhile book. Readers know that I have long contended that any discussion of inerrancy requires serious discussion of the definitional problems. This book shows a keen awareness of that initial task. Wallace writes:
Defining Inerrancy . . . is a gloves-off defense and affirmation of a version of inerrancy that many are not acquainted with. That is, many except those who are Old and New Testament scholars.
Wallace notes that the book at this point is only an e-book (96 pp.), though he was supplied a hard copy for review. I don’t have a Kindle, so I’m hoping that it will appear in hard copy for purchase as well. For those of you who do, however, and who are interested in this important subject, this appears to be an important read.