The Meaning and Purpose of Biblical Inerrancy and Infallibility

Posted On June 4, 2020

On today’s episode, a listener writes in and asks Dave, “What Does it Mean that the Bible Is Infallible? What Is Biblical Infallibility?”

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • The Meaning of Inerrancy and Infallibility.
  • History and Origin of Infallibility.
  • Infallibility and Christians Today.
  • Inerrancy Governs Our Confidence in the Truth of the Gospel.
  • Inerrancy Governs Our Faith in the Value of Christ.
  • Inerrancy Governs Our Response to the Conclusions of Science.
  • Inerrancy Governs Our Attitude in the Preaching of Scripture.
  • The Authority of Scripture is Needed in the Church.

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