Inspiration And Inerrancy

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As we talk about inspiration, Elwell defines inspiration as a supernatural influence of the Holy Spirit upon divinely chosen agents in consequence of which their writings become trustworthy and authoritative. I stated above what II Timothy 3:16 states, so if we are using this definition, we cannot argue that God is the author of scripture. The inspiration of the scripture is how God breathed the thoughts and words into those chosen by Him to write the scriptures. The inspiration of the bible is proven more and also works hand in hand with inerrancy of the scripture.
My definition of inerrancy is without error, truth, fact and not fiction, something you can believe. We read in Scripture that truth is an attribute of God (Jeremiah 10:10; John 1:14; 14:6; 17:3), and that God speaks truthfully - that is, He does not lie (Numbers 23:19; 1 Samuel 15:29; Titus 1:2; Romans 3:3-4). So as I review the four arguments for inerrancy, Biblical inerrancy is the strongest of the four

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