inerrant inerrant

Definition(s):

  • (adj) not liable to error

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Many megachurches, which preach absolute adherence to inerrant Scripture, are thriving, while more moderate denominations are on the decline.
  2. Many megachurches, which preach absolute adherence to inerrant Scripture, are thriving, while more moderate denominations are on the decline.

News

  • Old Testament does not save us but teaches us

    In response to Lee Barry’s letter concerning the Old Testament: I disagree with several points made in his letter. The Old Testament is inspired, inerrant scripture. It is a school master that leads u
    on March 30, 2014     Source: Bristol Herald Courier

Quotes

  1. "The Bible is the inerrant . . . word of the living God," Falwell said. "It is absolutely infallible, without error in all matters pertaining to faith and practice, as well as in areas such as geography, science, history."
    on May 15, 2007 By: Jerry Farwell Source: NBC 17.com

  2. "Thirty years ago, when the controversy started, the promise was if you are inerrant and if you keep these traditionalist fundamentalist doctrines, people will run to us because you know who you are and because you draw these lines," said Bill...
    on Jun 7, 2008 By: Bill Leonard Source: Washington Post

  3. "The conservative resurgence was never just about affirming an inerrant Bible. It was also about getting an inerrant gospel to the nations so that they might be saved," Akin said.
    on Jun 15, 2010 By: Akin Source: Dallas Baptist Standard

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