[in-er-uh n-see, -ur-]
- lack of error; infallibility.
- the belief that the Bible is free from error in matters of science as well as those of faith.Compare creationism(def 3).
Origin of inerrancy
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Examples from the Web for inerrancy
Burgon was a believer in Biblical inerrancy, or what we'd call a fundamentalist.Petra
January 3, 2013
There is, in fact, not a single quality of human nature that can be said to act with inerrancy.Theism or Atheism
One contradiction is fatal to the claim of inerrancy and divinity.
Only in this way could its inerrancy and divinity have been preserved.
Such a teacher must believe in the inerrancy of the autographs of Scripture.The Prophet Ezekiel
Arno C. Gaebelein
For how can faith in an inerrant Bible and unbelief in its inerrancy abide in harmony in the same house?The Church, the Schools and Evolution</p>
J. E. (Judson Eber) Conant
Word Origin and History for inerrancy
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