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Let me provide just a few of the many reasons why the Lamoureux-Enns accommodation approach to Scripture is entirely incompatible with biblical inerrancy, as well as being destructive to a meaningful Christian theology.
Dilday also addressed the increasingly contentious issue of biblical inerrancy promoted by the parachurch Baptist groups with a Scripture citation: "All scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.
13) Beale's agenda is to avoid any conflict or contradiction between the Bible and science, thus protecting his mechanical understanding of biblical inerrancy.
Baptists who have favored women's ordination have tended not to buy into cultural expectations, not to accept biblical inerrancy, not to take the Bible literally, not to read Paul's writings out of context, and not to view ordination as conveying special church authority.
But biblical inerrancy is still potent and combustible.
Never one to back away from a fight, Straton responded to his critics with a defense of women preachers that rested upon an unlikely (but, given his theological convictions, hardly surprising) principle: biblical inerrancy.
It is not at all necessary to believe in biblical inerrancy in order to be a sexual and cultural fundamentalist, and these letters are one proof that such true believers find a home even among humanists.
For flood geologists, biblical inerrancy means that words in the Bible are taken literally with little or no regard to how those words may have held different meanings at the time and in the culture when they were written--a position that is contradictory to the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, which does not affirm ironclad biblical literalism that disrespects ancient cultural contexts, literary forms, and phenomenological language never meant to convey modern scientific information.
Then it assesses "the five fundamentals": biblical inerrancy, the Virgin Birth of Christ, the substitutionary atonement, the bodily resurrection of Christ, and the historicity of miracles, noting that lists of fundamentalist beliefs in the 1920s replaced the historicity of miracles with an affirmation of premillenialism.
Itinerant Bible teachers and weeklong or weekend Bible conferences stressing themes of biblical inerrancy and biblical prophecy grew in the South from about 1910 to 1940.
Clinging tenaciously to biblical inerrancy, the scholastics developed ways of resolving apparent contradictions and ambiguities and interpreting divine language, symbols, and sacred history in Scripture.
Such faith is based, perhaps, on personal revelation and introspection, emotional necessity, biblical inerrancy, or authoritarian tradition.