It is most unusual to devote an entire issue of the Global Journal to a single contribution. But this is what will occur in Vol. 11, No. 2, owing to the overarching importance of the topic: a defense of biblical inerrancy by Oregon lawyer John J. Tollefsen, LL.M., Th.M.
Mr. Tollefsen, though not a professional theologian, has benefited from apologetic training at the Editor’s International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism and Human Rights, obtaining the Academy’s Diploma in Christian Apologetics and Fellow’s status. His extensive experience in litigation places him in a special position to argue his case over against those liberal evangelicals, especially in Great Britain and Canada, who are uncomfortable with the classic doctrine of a Scriptural revelation that does not err.
— John Warwick Montgomery