'De Schrift kan niet gebroken worden'. Een pleidooi voor inerrancy
This short essay discusses the significance and relevance of the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy. The first part offers some general observations on the context and the content of the statement, the second answers some common objections to the statement and the concept of inerrancy, such as its polemical and defensive posture, its intellectualism, its conception of truth, and its excessive focus on the text and the reader. The essay concludes with an exploration of some hermeneutical implications of the inerrancy.