Dr. Gaffin has produced what is, in my opinion, the best critique of Inspiration and Incarnation
. Gaffin critiques Enns’ conclusions from a historic Covenant Theology perspective that places the canon within its covenantal framework. All of the reviews listed above are–in part–working from distinctive theological perspective. For instance, Carson treats it from an OT exegetical perspective, Helm from a philosophical perspective, Beale from a epistemological perspective, Lillback from a Systematic/Confessional perspective, Tipton and Oliphint from a presuppositional and Christological-apologetic perspective, and Frame from a systematic (i.e.
doctrine of Scripture) perspective. The combination of these, sometimes overlapping, critiques makes for a fairly comprehensive blow at Enns’ denial of biblical inerrancy. Gaffin’s biblical-theological critique is, in my opinion, the greatest blow to the hermeneutical error of I & I.