Definition of Inerrancy

1. Noun. (Christianity) exemption from error. "Biblical inerrancy"

Generic synonyms: Infallibility
Category relationships: Christian Religion, Christianity
Antonyms: Errancy
Derivative terms: Inerrant



Definition of Inerrancy

1. n. Exemption from error.

Definition of Inerrancy

1. Noun. Freedom from error. ¹

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Definition of Inerrancy

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Literary usage of Inerrancy

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1. Church Unity: Studies of Its Most Important Problems by Charles Augustus Briggs (1909)
"inerrancy 4. The chief struggle between Biblical Criticism and the traditional dogma is about the question of inerrancy. No word of Holy Scripture, ..."

2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"... and of the Roman Council insisted on the decisions of the Lateran Council, and repeatedly affirmed the inerrancy of the Apostolic See. ..."

3. The Infallibility of the Church: A Course of Lectures Delivered in the by George Salmon (1888)
"... or taught with greater unanimity, by the Church of all times, than the inerrancy of Scripture. Accordingly, in the discussions of the first Reformers, ..."

4. Biblical Scholarship and Inspiration: Two Papers by Llewelyn John Evans, Henry Preserved Smith (1891)
"The first class is the least important and may be said not to bear upon inerrancy. It includes the cases where writings have been included in the books of ..."

5. Whither?: A Theological Question for the Times by Charles Augustus Briggs (1889)
"... and (b} the use of the term inerrancy with reference to the entire body of the Scriptures. They are chiefly contra-confessional, substituting false ..."

6. The Faith of Catholics: Confirmed by Scripture and Attested by the Fathers by Joseph Berington, John Kirk, James Waterworth, Thomas John Capel (1884)
"EXTENT OF THE inerrancy OF THE CHURCH. PROPOSITION XI. It is no article of the Catholic faith, that the Church cannot err, either in matters of fact not ..."

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