I am still a doctrinal (fundamentalist) evangelical in many ways. On a doctrine of biblical inerrancy: I am so committed to the intent that “inerrancy” intends to communicate that I’m beyond an inerrantist. My view of Scripture is “contexted” Christologically and thus soteriologically such that any type of abstract philosophical frame for a doctrine of inerrancy simply will not do. My view is confessional and even via antiqua, as I see an ontology of Holy Scripture funded protologically by God’s free election to be for the world in Jesus Christ. In a theological taxis then, my doctrine of Scripture has its antecedent reality in the gracious fact that God has chosen to speak for the world in His Son (Deus incarnandus). Scripture is an ordained and primary aspect of His speech for us, and continues to be by the illuminating work of the Holy Spirit—as the Spirit speaks the Words of Christ to us afresh anew. Scripture in this frame, as it becomes soteriological, is a dialogical experience wherein I am mortified and vivified as I encounter the voice of the living God in Jesus Christ, thus being deconstructed and reconstructed over and again into the image of God’s image pro me in Jesus Christ. It is as I engage in this fellowship with the Word that its clarity becomes brighter and brighter as I stand closer and closer to its brightest Light in the face of Jesus Christ. So my doctrine of Scripture, as can be seen, is greater than not lesser than the intention that an evangelical doctrine of inerrancy intends to communicate (against the higher critics etc).