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not liable to error

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Fowles does not deny the veracity of her conclusion, but only laughs and suggests she must think him "a crazy old pagan," implicitly acknowledging that his methods and conclusions can only seem blasphemous from the perspective of the inerrantist tradition in which she has been nurtured (PB, 248).
Warfield, perhaps the foremost biblical inerrantist of his time, nevertheless praised Green for showing "that it is precarious in the extreme to draw chronological inferences from [the biblical] genealogies.
55) At some point in the future, however, some analysts surmise that the insistence upon doctrinal conformity in recent Southern Baptist life will inevitably result in an internecine battle between the two different inerrantist perspectives.
But given our pluralistic and diverse society, and given the ground roles for contributing to moral conversations set by the modern academy, how exactly would an inerrantist hermeneutic fare in the public square?
Paige Patterson, then president of the Criswell Center for Biblical Studies, and Paul Pressler, an appeals court judge from Houston, led a movement to gain control of the SBC and steer its agencies toward an inerrantist position.
Howard Osgood was next and represented a conservative style of inerrantist Old Testament scholarship from (but uncharacteristic of) Rochester Theological Seminary.
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.
If Protestant inerrantists regard the Bible as a completely reliable historical source, most other Jewish and Christian groups and most secular scholars regard it as an important resource for historical reconstruction, but one that must be analyzed critically like other sources.
Interesting here is the demurrer he presents against strict inerrantists, arguing that while the illocutionary stance of the Bible is always true (God declaring, etc.
Both fundamentalists and evangelicals are inerrantists, meaning that they accept absolutely the truth of the Bible as it came from God.
Progressive creationists (particularly the inerrantists among them) selectively accept the science, but have to wonder how to make it compatible with the sequence of events in Genesis.