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).
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How to use inerrancy in a sentence
Burgon was a believer in Biblical inerrancy, or what we'd call a fundamentalist.
There is, in fact, not a single quality of human nature that can be said to act with inerrancy.Theism or Atheism | Chapman Cohen
Such a teacher must believe in the inerrancy of the autographs of Scripture.The Prophet Ezekiel | Arno C. Gaebelein
An order from the Vatican was law; and the Bishop obeyed it with no other thought than its inerrancy and inexorability.Carmen Ariza | Charles Francis Stocking
Too blind a confidence in the inerrancy of logic is almost as dangerous as superstition.Preventable Diseases | Woods Hutchinson
One contradiction is fatal to the claim of inerrancy and divinity.The Bible | John E. Remsburg