inerrant in English

adjective
1
incapable of being wrong.
And the more we can debate, the more we can debate in good faith, and understand that maybe there's not just one answer, there is not just one inerrant answer, I think the better off we are going to be.
adjective

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1. Some Protestant seminaries and colleges no longer teach that the Bible is inerrant.

2. Some Protestant seminaries and colleges no longer teach that the Bible is inerrant.

3. Anglicans are inspired by the Catechism, whereas LCMS Lutherans are inspired and inerrant, but ELCA Lutherans are …

4. In this article 101 of my favorite Absurdities in the supposedly inerrant “word of God” the Bible… 101

5. 21 Holy Scripture, as the inspired Word of God witnessing authoritatively to Jesus Christ, may properly be called infallible and inerrant.

6. Over the years I have been confronted by numerous Bibliolaters: people who take the Bible to be inerrant and, thus, put it beyond intelligent criticism.

7. The reason Baptists as a whole are not credal is primarily because the standard is the inerrant and infallible Word of God (Scripture), not the words of man (i.e

8. How to Handle Bibliolaters (1989) by Delos McKown "Over the years I have been confronted by numerous Bibliolaters: people who take the Bible to be inerrant and, thus, put it beyond intelligent criticism

9. “In The Heroic Boldness of Martin Luther, I found a Luther of whom little is told: a Luther who loved an inerrant Scripture, a Luther who preached a glorious gospel, a Luther who was passionate for God’s glory and God’s people, a Luther who was willing to suffer for the cause.I am convinced that Steve Lawson has come closer to capturing the heart of Luther’s passions and desires as a