Definition of Inerrant

1. Adjective. Not liable to error. "An unerring marksman"

Exact synonyms: Inerrable, Unerring
Similar to: Infallible
Derivative terms: Inerrancy



Definition of Inerrant

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to inerrancy. Without error, particularly used in reference to the Bible. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Inerrant

1. free from error [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inerrant

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Literary usage of Inerrant

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1. Miscellaneous Writings of the Late Hon. Joseph P. Bradley, Associate Justice by Joseph P. Bradley, Charles Bradley, William Draper Lewis, Anthony Quinton Keasbey (1902)
"inerrant OR INFALLIBLE BIBLE. In a letter to Amzi Dodd, who inquired as to the distinction between an inerrant Bible and an infallible Bible, taken in some ..."

2. The World's Parliament of Religions: An Illustrated and Popular Story of the by John Henry Barrows (1893)
"When the infinite God speaks to finite man, must he speak words which are inerrant? This depends not only upon God's speaking but upon man's hearing, ..."

3. Biblical Scholarship and Inspiration: Two Papers by Llewelyn John Evans, Henry Preserved Smith (1891)
"1 According to President Patton, then, so far from its being true that, unless the Bible be inerrant in every detail, we must give up its testimony to the ..."

4. Miscellaneous Writings of the Late Hon. Joseph P. Bradley: ... and a Review by Joseph P. Bradley, Charles Bradley, William Draper Lewis, Anthony Quinton Keasby (1901)
"inerrant OR INFALLIBLE BIBLE. In a letter to Amzi Dodd, who inquired as to the distinction between an inerrant Bible and an infallible Bible, taken in some ..."

5. Adoniram Judson Gordon: A Biography with Letters and Illustrative Extracts by Ernest Barron Gordon (1896)
"... CHAPTER XXII ERRANT MAN AND THE inerrant BOOK Dr. Gordon's theology—The Bible and inspiration—Estimate of human nature THE text was for Dr. Gordon not ..."

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