Biblical Inerrancy

Let’s start with something not wacky: I like this working definition of Biblical inerrancy.

“The Bible (in its original writings) properly interpreted in light of which culture and communication means had developed by the time of its composition will be completely true (and therefore not false) in all that it affirms, to the degree of precision intended by the author, in all matters relating to God and his creation.”

The quote is from David S Dockery, Christian Scripture: An Evangelical Perspective on Inspiration, Authority, and Inspiration, Wipf & Stock Pub (2004).


Now for the wackiness!

Saw this picture online. The bad grammar proves what the message behind the image says. I am not sure if this is what we call irony, but..enjoy!





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