Inerrant


The term “inerrant” simply means: without error. When used in theology and speaking about the Scriptures (Bible), it is referring to the original Scriptures being inspired by God and contains no errors of facts or contradictions within its self pertaining to doctrine. All 66 books speak with one voice without contradiction of message between themselves.

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