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Pastor Blasts Biblical Inerrancy “Few words in the last 30 years have caused more mischief than the term “inerrancy,” Richard Kremer told the congregation of Garden Lakes Baptist Church in Rome, Ga., June 24. By Bob Allen Biblical inerrancy – … Continue reading
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
“[Christians] believe that the God who created the universe is capable of writing [and maintaining] a book. And the God who is perfect is capable of writing a perfect book. The issue is not simply “Does the Bible have a … Continue reading
Bible Difficulty #8 “Biblical inerrancy is not a doctrine that can be proven by an a posteriori deductive argument. It is a position that is accepted a priori, on faith, and not by reason. The many Biblical and historical references that support inerrancy are completely valid … Continue reading
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
Survey of the Belief of biblical inerrancy in the U.S.: On 2007-MAY-25, Gallup reported the results of a national poll on Biblical inerrancy. Those polled were asked which of three statements comes closest to describing their personal views about the … Continue reading
Making Sense of Inspiration For anybody who has followed my blog, this has been my biggest gripe and stumbling block on dealing with the Inerrancy-Errancy of the Bible. And I have for the most part, I’ve come to realize the bible has … Continue reading
Contribution Post By Eric Hatfield from The Way? & Is there a God? Starting point It is best I begin by outlining where I’m coming from. I believe the evidence points to God being the creator and designer of … Continue reading
Contribution Post by Nathan Owens from Finding Truth I became a Christian just before my 10th birthday, and I was regularly leading our song service, leading prayers, teaching classes, even giving short sermons before I graduated from high school. I … Continue reading
The Scripture at the heart of this debate is 2 Timothy 3:16-17: “16 All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, 17 so that the servant [man] of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” … Continue reading
I guess the greater question is when talking about biblical inerrancy; —first & foremost what exactly is inerrancy? Well, when you have discussions, on inerrancy it’s always good to start out by defining the term. But that’s actually where the … Continue reading
When we say that the Bible is the Word of God, does that imply that it is completely accurate, or does it contain insignificant inaccuracies in details of history and science? By: Dr John Bechtle Some theologians teach that the Bible is inspired and authoritative, … Continue reading