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Content On: Inerrancy


Did Adam Really Exist?Rick Wade05/01/2015
Part VIIb: TRANSLATION — Chapter Ten: Errors—Apparent or Real?Bill McRae11/10/2014
Part III: INERRANCY — Chapter Four: Completely TrustworthyBill McRae11/10/2014
A Book To Die For: A Practical Study Guide On How Our Bible Came To UsBill McRae11/10/2014
1. Revelation and InspirationBill McRae04/05/2010
Authority of the BiblePatrick Zukeran09/04/2009
4. InerrancySid Litke03/14/2008
8. Is the Bible Trustworthy? - Part 1Kenneth Boa11/01/2006
9. Is the Bible Trustworthy? - Part 2Kenneth Boa11/01/2006
My Take on InerrancyDaniel B. Wallace08/11/2006
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Question & Answers:

What should we do if we find that different Bible translations actually contradict?
Is vs.9-20 of Mark 16 the word of God or not? Wayne Grudem says if we are not sure about the content of scripture WE CANNOT BE CONFIDENT of the reformed view of sola scriptura.
Could you please explain to me how to reconcile the issue of innerrancy and the complete trustworthiness of Scripture in 1 Sam. 13:1, when almost every translation reads different?
What is the difference between verbal plenary inerrancy and non-verbal plenary inerrancy?
In Acts, many who were into sorcery were converted. But Ex 22:18 and Lev 20:27 say that sorcers, etc. should be put to death. Are these passages in conflict?
Does the verb in Gen 2:19 affect whether there is a contradiction (of when man was created) between Gen 1 and Gen 2?
Does Luke’s account of Paul’s activity after his conversion (Acts 9:26-30) contradict Paul in Galatians 1:17ff?
In 2 Sam 14:27 the Bible says that Absalom had sons, and in 18:18 Absolom says "I have no son who will carry on my name." Did Absalom have sons or not?
Do you have to believe the Bible is the inerrant word of God to be saved?
Is there a contradiction between 2 Samuel 24:9 and 1 Chronicles 21:5, when the number of soldiers Joab counts comes up different?