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Most notably, it was high levels of belief in the Bible as divine, authoritative, inerrant, and unchanging, which predicted (36% to 68%) of Christians' moral appraisals of nontraditional sexuality as sinful, a matter of choice, and inconsistent with God's design for sexuality.
The foundation of Hildebrand's Christianity remained an inerrant bible, but he did not use this position to attack modernism in the same way Aberhart did.
Scripture is the best "word" we have in trying to understand the will of God for us, but it is not inerrant. and we should not limit God to the words of scripture.
(18) On this account, as well as that of Spiritus Paraclitus (1920), we see that the magisterium implied that the Scriptures constitute a collection of (inerrant) propositions or affirmations.
And we have often failed to present a convincing rationale as to how, if the Bible is not inerrant, it is authoritative, especially when some people's experience of the Bible has been as an authoritarian tool to beat up others while other individuals view much of it as irrelevant to twenty-first-century culture: lovely bits about Jesus, but the rest is rather archaic.
And that management has to be unbiased, universal and independent if its going to work--not caring who issues the encryption or in what departmental silos it resides (one cannot be both the issuer and manager of encryption simultaneously--too many inerrant conflicts of interest).
Despite the growing trend toward textual criticism, those who argued for an inerrant Bible saw in scripture not only social, historical, and moral reasons for temperance but also scientific ones.
The critically important point is that the vast majority of groups under these rubrics are evangelical Christians whose shared beliefs make them fundamentalists, or biblical literalists, for whom the Christian Bible is the inerrant word of God, Jesus Christ is the mediator who forgives our sins as salvation, and genuine change comes from the undeserving grace of God.
And that management has to be unbiased, universal and independent if it's going to work--not caring who issues the encryption or in what departmental silos it resides (one cannot be both the issuer and manager of encryption simultaneously--too many inerrant conflicts of interest).
Good and useful as it is, the book is not inerrant. Nichols refers to Kargel's trips to Israel before Israel even existed.
They appear to consider science as irrefutable fixed laws, much the same way that religious fundamentalists describe the inerrant authority of the Bible.
Less than a generation before Artforum's debut, Clement Greenberg could justify Pollock's expressionism according to the laws of medium specificity: what was inerrant, proper, and restricted to the materials and activity of painting.