The Doctrine of Inerrancy (part 2)

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Systematic TheologyAfter reviewing a few potential contradictions, we discussed the possibility of a harmonization approach. This is a legitimate approach, but may not always resolve the difficulty. Ultimately, we concluded that a sound doctrine of inerrancy will be governed by authorial intent, and therefore allows for approximations, generalities, and round numbers.


The Doctrine of Inerrancy (part 1)

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Systematic TheologyThis week we began the doctrine of inerrancy. We saw that inerrancy is a logical corollary of the verbal-plenary view of inspiration. We surveyed three views on inerrancy – 1) absolute inerrancy 2)  full inerrancy 3) theological inerrancy – and listed a few potential difficulties with which an inerrantist must deal.