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It was also the same rationale from those who opposed desegregation and women stepping out of their prescribed gender roles: "inerrancy." In this regard, W.A.
To this author it seems disingenuous to reply in the negative, yet notwithstanding what the author thought, the doctrine of inerrancy concerns not this but rather what he intended to assert or teach23.
It appeared to be a slippery slope to unbelief, and the more the literalists defended the Bible against evolution, the louder they proclaimed its literal inerrancy.
Were members of Ockenga's Park Street Church really animated by inerrancy as much as Scripture memorization, spiritual warfare, prayer requests on the local Christian radio station, and inductive Bible study?
Papal infallibility and biblical inerrancy have long histories with roots in the Protestant Reformation and the divide between Catholics and Protestants, as well as in Catholic and Protestant responses to modernity.
The Epistemological Status of the Sacred Writings and the Purported Inerrancy Therein
The word "inerrancy" does not occur in the 1932 LCMS statement on the Holy Scriptures, and it occurs primarily as an explanation of infallibility in the 1973 statement on "Scriptural and Confessional Principles," adopted in the heat of the denominational storm.
In Article XII of the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, the ICBI states, "We affirm that Scripture in its entirety is inerrant, being free from all falsehood, fraud, or deceit." (36) The literalists' claim of inerrancy derives from their underlying view of the Bible's status as the inspired word of God.
There has been no purge in the SBC seminaries over the issue of predestination, but at times the controversy between conservatives, especially in the blogosphere, has approached the level of fury associated with blowups over inerrancy and other cultural issues.
Regarding innerrantists, he observes how ironic it is for them to insist on inerrancy as the basis for correct theology, "when in fact inerrantists are divided over every conceivable doctrine" (p.
In Protestantism, Fundamentalism makes biblical inerrancy the litmus test for legitimate theology.
The Heisenberg uncertainty principle, the inadequacy of Cartesian dualism, and conflicting opinions about scriptural inerrancy have provoked scientists, philosophers, and theologians respectively to compare notes and reexamine their notions of truth.