Re: [asa] God's Word in Human Words

From: Steve Martin <>
Date: Wed Mar 12 2008 - 17:31:10 EDT

Hi David,
Thanks. Definitely looks interesting. How would you compare this to Enns
"Inspiration and Incarnation"? Are they good complements to eachother?

On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 1:44 PM, David Opderbeck <>

> I've read through the first couple of chapters and the conclusion of
> Kenton Sparks' new book, "God's Word in Human Words" (
> If, like me, you're interested, troubled,
> concerned, etc. by the notion of "accommodation," what it means
> epistemologically, where it fits historically, how it relates to
> contemporary evangelical views of inerrancy, what it implies for
> hermeneutics and the authority of scripture -- run, don't walk, to buy and
> read this book. Not everyone will agree with Sparks -- indeed, I'm
> certain there will be vigorous criticism from many quarters -- but I don't
> think anyone can gainsay that this is a tour de force in terms of how it
> lays out the underlying issues.
> --
> David W. Opderbeck
> Associate Professor of Law
> Seton Hall University Law School
> Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology

Steve Martin (CSCA)
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