This year, the conference addresses the inerrancy of the Bible. Naturally, non-Christians pretty much uniformly deny inerrancy (if, that is, they give any attention to Scripture in the first place), and we should expect them to deny it. Sadly, many professing Christians also deny it.
Such people don't always realize they deny that Scripture has no errors. They may confess inerrancy with their lips, and yet demonstrate that they doubt its sufficiency. Think about it: how could an inerrant Bible, as the very Word of God, possibly be insufficient? Yet, as I've said so many times before, when we attempt to supplement God's Word with pragmatism, mysticism or human wisdom, we imply that the Bible lacks something necessary to our well-being.
I can't accept such a suggestion. If any of the Bible is God's Word, than it can't have error or lack.
16 All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, 17 that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work. ~~2 Timothy 3:16-17 (ESV)I hang my hat on the Bible's sufficiency and inerrancy, trusting the Holy Spirit to use it to show me everything I need to know as His adopted child. I praise Him for using this year's conference to strengthen my awareness of His Word.