Category Archives: limited inerrancy

Biblical Inerrancy vs. Biblical Infallibility

Definitions of infallibility differ widely. In common speech, ‘infallibility‘ can refer to a person (or a group of persons), to an act of teaching by these persons, or to the information being taught.  Infallibility is sometimes used to refer to … Continue reading

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What is Biblical Infallibility?

So I did a post on what is inerrancy a while back.  And a few people liked it.  But after I did a few more post on the issue of inerrancy, I realized I would also need to do a post … Continue reading

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