The Doctrine of Biblical Inerrancy
The Doctrine of Biblical Inerrancy
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Sunday School,  January 16, 2011

The orthodox doctrine of inerrancy, that the Holy Scriptures are free from error of any kind as given in the original autographs, is one of the key teachings which undergirds the authority of the Bible. However, this doctrine has been challenged over the last century, both by those who desire to attack the Bible and those who claim to defend it. This morning my purpose is merely to introduce the doctrine of inerrancy: its definition, importance, and biblical defense.

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