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There's a difference between how Muslims and Christians view their respective scriptures, which I think drives this argument from Muslims. In Islam, the Quran itself is considered to be holy. That is to say, they believe that the very text itself (and its grammar and words) was given by God through the angel Gabriel to Muhammad and that the text and ...


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The Adultery Pericope and the Long Ending of Mark prove no more than that they were additions to the gospels as originally written. They, by themselves, do not prove or disprove the inerrancy of the original compositions, and certainly not the spiritual essence of the Bible. Since you believe in biblical inerancy, you would already have a definition for ...


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I have to say that I am not a researcher and my answer is based on my beliefs. First, I accept that Word of God is inerrant. I accept that Bible is revelation of Word of God. But books of Bible are heard by humans, written down by humans, copied by humans, translated by humans, read by humans in human language. And humans are sinners and human language is ...


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The doctrine of biblical inerrancy is very recent in Christian history First, let's put biblical inerrancy into perspective. Two centuries or so ago, and for all of Christian history before that, not a single Christian church, denomination, or preacher held that the Bible is inerrant. The very idea of biblical inerrancy had never even occurred to anyone. ...


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a slippery slope of interpreting the Bible in a way that favors one's own opinion. The first thing is to know how to avoid this slippery slope. A Christian who does not believe in the absolute inerrancy of the Bible could say that someone who does believe in biblical inerrancy (and therefore interprets everything in the Bible literally) is imposing his or ...



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