When all the facts become known, they will demonstrate that the Bible in its original autographs and correctly interpreted is entirely true and never false in all it affirms, whether relative to doctrine or ethics or the social, physical or life sciences.'' (P. D. Feinberg, s.v. ''inerrancy, Evangelical Dictionary of Theology)
As quoted in Inspiration & Inerrancy by M. James Sawyer, Ph.D.
The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy
Inerrancy: Its Meaning and Application for the Inspiration of the Biblical Texts By Jim Morgan and Joe Cross
Inspiration & Inerrancy by M. James Sawyer, Ph.D.
What is the difference between verbal plenary inerrancy and non-verbal plenary inerrancy? "Verbal plenary inerrancy means that one believes all of the Bible is inspired down to the very words of Scripture. The belief in non-verbal plenary inerrancy would mean that one believes all the Bible is inspired, but only as to its concepts—not all the words—meaning that it might contain historical errors."
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