Dr. Dan Wallace of Dallas Seminary defends Jesus’ view of Scripture.
The classic defense of Christ’s view of the OT is by John W. Wenham, Chapter 1 of “Inerrancy”, edited by Norman Geisler. This book is a great book, chapters by various Evangelical scholars.
Jesus said to the Sadducees, “have you not read what was spoken to you by God . . . ?” (Matthew 22:31) As James White of www.aomin.org has said many times about this text – “notice God speaking is when the text is read” (my paraphrase from memory) In other words, when we read the Bible, God speaks.
The same principle Jesus taught in Matthew 19:4-6, defending the nature of marriage, when He said, “Have you not read that He who created them from the beginning made them male and female . . .?” – alluding to Genesis 1:1 “in the beginning” and “God created” and Genesis 1:27 (“male and female”) and Genesis 5:2 (“He created them male and female”) and then Jesus quoted Genesis 2:24 in Matthew 19:5, and then in Matthew 19:6 Jesus said, “So they are no longer two, but one flesh . . . ” – affirming the creator and the creation of gender binary – there are only 2 genders and 2 sexes – male and female, and marriage is only for one man and one woman.
Jesus affirmed Genesis as historical and God’s inspired words.
Jesus affirmed God the Father as Creator and the creation account of Genesis 1-2.
Jesus affirmed marriage as only between a man and a woman. Therefore homosexual marriage (so called, “same sex marriage”) is wrong. It is not even “marriage” at all. The supreme court’s decision in 2015 (Obergefell vs. Hodges) was morally wrong.
Jesus affirmed creation and the goodness of creation – so the implication of Jesus’ words that by affirming the creator and the Genesis account, therefore, Darwin’s theory of Evolution is wrong.