inerrancy inerrancy


  • (n) (Christianity) exemption from error


  1. In 1973 the inerrancy militants organized the Baptist Faith and Message Fellowship to turn things around.
  2. A more moderate version of inerrancy holds that events like the Fall, though real, may have been recorded in a highly symbolic way.
  3. The inerrancy doctrine is at the heart of the present strife.


  • Inerrancy 'drift' festers in Christian academia

    FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)—Challenges in biblical inerrancy facing Christian colleges and seminaries were aired during the Evangelical Theological Society's annual meeting in Baltimore.
    on February 6, 2014     Source: Florida Baptist Witness


  1. "We find ourselves in a situation in which we have to ask ourselves some very basic questions ...... and they are questions of a denomination headed toward a crisis. I'm thankful it's not the inerrancy crisis that we lived through in the 1970s and...
    on Oct 12, 2009 By: Albert Mohler Source: Town Hall

  2. In response to a reader's question about the "the inerrancy of the Bible," Rev. John Shelby Spong answered with facts, not Falwellian fictions: "The various texts that together we Christians now call the Bible were written over more than a...
    on May 15, 2007 By: John Shelby Spong Source: Atlantic Free Press

  3. "Inerrancy is a big issue for this college and always has been," Dr. Johnson said.
    on Jan 31, 2006 By: Samuel Johnson Source: Dallas Morning News

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