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not liable to error

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He frequently debates Bible inerrantists and publishes the Skeptical Review, a bimonthly journal dedicated to debunking the inerrancy doctrine.
Both fundamentalists and evangelicals are inerrantists, meaning that they accept absolutely the truth of the Bible as it came from God.
The inerrantists provided one of the strongest weapons for reactive fundamentalism, based on a kind of syllogism: The Bible is the Word of God.
The plan to eliminate such liberalism involved electing an SBC president who would appoint inerrantists to the Committee on Committees as well as the Committee on Resolutions.
These associations should not be confused with the Southern Baptist Convention; they are far fewer in number, more rural, less affluent, and far more insistent upon traditional beliefs (especially support of patriarchal authority and opposition to consumerism and general worldliness), They believe of course devoutly in the King James Bible, but they are not strictly inerrantists.
Biblical inerrantists are the innovators, defying history, literature, and reason--going against the solid tradition of "I know whom I have believed.
There may very well be Baptists and Presbyterians who are inerrantists, but who differ substantially on many ethical issues, such as standards of Christian behavior.