Um… An Ecumenical Definition of Inerrency?

“Since therefore everything which the inspired editor or holy writer expressed is to be valued as expressed by the Holy Spirit, it is to be confessed that the books of scripture teach with certainty, fidelity, and without error the truth which God wants to have set down in the Holy Scripture for the sake of our salvation.”

]] (London: Macmillan, 1970), 55.]

via An Ecumenical Definition of Inerrency | Ex Libris.

See how Cory talks to that…

Okay, so that I can sorta agree to that. I’ll have to think about it. I mean, it has the place of the human composer, both author and redactor, as well as the maintenance of the narrative over piecemeal…


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