FOCUSed15 Christian Podcast – Season 3 – Episode 8
For some of you, your answer to this question may be a no-brainer. Or, maybe you are currently wading through theological waters to find the answer to this question. Either way it is important not only for you to know your answer to this question but also WHY. In this quick podcast episode, Chris and I chat about whether or not the Bible is really error free.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR ABOUT:
- Whether or not the Bible claims to be error free
- What to do with the supposed errors in the Bible
- An example of how Katie came across a passage that didn’t seem to line up and looked inaccurate
- Three reasons to hold tightly to the inerrancy of Scripture
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- Are there errors in the Bible? – This brief article from NAMB gives quick explanations for 16 different categories of supposed errors.
- What is Inerrancy? A quick and helpful Ask Pastor John audio interview.
- Bible Doctrine by Wayne Grudem – This is a resource packed with loads more than just info about Biblical inerrancy.
- Is Inerrancy a Historical Doctrine? In this video interview, Keith Whitfield sits down with Nathan Finn to talk about inerrancy and church history.A helpful look at the understanding of inerrancy throughout church history
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