The problem with Bibliology (and Systematic Theology in general) is that the questions it asks are loaded questions. There is an agenda behind the theology. The Bibliology I learned in Bible College and Seminary lays some dangerous traps.
I’ve been playing around with a new view on Biblical inerrancy this past month. I helps deal with problem passages, but may create more problems. Any help? When we read an account of God “telling” a person that he should lead a group of Israelites to kill all the men, women, children, and animals of a particular town, could it be that this is an inspired and inerrant record of what the people thought God was saying, but He really wasn’t saying this at all?