God first humbled Himself for our salvation in the Incarnation and on the cross and now he humbles Himself for our knowledge of salvation by addressing us in and through the often humanly unimpressive words of the Bible…The condescension of God in becoming a baby Jew, in being executed on a Roman gibbet, and in proclaiming His goodness and His gospel to us via the down-to-earth, unliterary, often rustic words of the sixty-six canonical books, is one and the same and spells the same reality throughout - love to the uttermost.
— JI Packer, The Adequacy of Human Language (Inerrancy, ed. Geisler), 216,217