Inerrancy

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Discussions over the textual formation and the authorship of the Bible are a matter of serious debate within the world of Biblical scholarship. On one side of the discussion, conservative-evangelical biblical scholars (not all; more specifically, “fundamentalists”) often begin with the premise that the Bible is sacred, inerrant, inspired, and historically accurate. In counterargument, critical scholars—some of whom also believe that the Bible is the word of God—do not begin with this same premise—and thus, they do not feel the need to view the Bible as historically flawless.

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