Re: Inerrancy and writing style

From: Eric Weiss (
Date: Tue Feb 18 1997 - 17:48:26 EST

>>> Randy Leedy ( wrote:

>>> Now we're back to the assumptions again: we cannot approach the
Scripture without them. Either we assume that the Bible is free of
error or we assume that it is not. Since it clearly claims the
former <<<

Okay ... I'm not trying to start or continue an argument ... but for
those of us who sometimes hear and read statements like this (which some
of us believe and some of us don't), WHERE in the Bible does "the
Bible...clearly claim" to be "free of error"? I'm taking your words
literally - where does "the Bible" - not individual books or epistles or
individual authors or specific statements or passages - where does THE
BIBLE claim this for itself? I'm not saying that it doesn't - but you're
saying that it does, and I'd like the scriptural reference for this

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