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Inerrancy and Infallibility of Scripture
Religion and Theology
Pages 10 (2510 words)
Inerrancy and Infallibility of the Bible Contents Introduction, Thesis Method The Bible Record How does Belief in Biblical Infallibility and Inerrancy Affect Worship? Reasons for Worship The Doctrine of Biblical Infallibility Interpretation Conclusion Introduction The belief that the Biblical scriptures are infallible and therefore carry authority is a central one for the Christian Church.
Also there are some who are only nominally members of these faiths , and although they may or may not have a faith in God, their belief in the truth of the scriptures may be incomplete or absent. Others are prepared to accept general truths such as that Jesus was a good man, but would find it much more difficult to accept that he was the promised Messiah, the Saviour of the world. There are many misapprehensions. Many people believe that the Bible was written in a chronological way, but upon examination this assumption falls flat. The epistles, especially those of Paul for instance, were written down before the dates of the Gospels, yet follow them in modern Bibles. The minor prophets such as Malachi and Zephaniah are simply gathered together in order of size, rather than any chronological order. 1 When it comes to early books of the Bible it must be remembered that stories would have in the first instance been passed on by oral tradition i.e. passed on word by word down the generations. Abraham did not carry stone tablets out of Ur. His story was written down much later. This does not take away or add to their validity as historical documents. ...
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