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Inerrancy - what do you think?

Posted by hyperfocus on July 13, 2011, at 8:24:40

I saw this topic on another forum and I thought I'd share it. Basically inerrancy is the view that everything that is recorded in books like the Bible or other major religious works is historically or scientifically or theologically true and accurate. I've always believed in seeking out Wisdom from wherever I can find it. I do not accept many teachings in the Bible like certain Pauline theology, or consider it to have any scientific validity on the creation of the earth or the origins of life etc. But somebody made the point that if you don't believe in Biblical inerrancy then what do you believe i.e. how then can you call yourself a Christian? The same argument I imagine can be used for other faiths. What do you think?

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