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Old Feb 21, '12, 2:49 pm
JonNC JonNC is offline
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Default Re: Is the bible inerrant?


And who preservered this innerant Bible? Ah that would be the ECFs of the Catholic Church in agreement thus the canons. And all this while the Church/Eucharist was in operation, amazing history really.
There is really no disputing this. Even Luther credits the Catholic Church for this.

Oh...and then came the Bible.
Gary, this excludes the OT, if we view it this way. Additionally, the writings of the NT were available.

The New Covenant of the NT is the Eucharist. Matthew 14:24 - And he said unto them, This is my blood of the new covenant, which is shed for many.

And he said unto them,.... Not after they had drank of it, but before, and as he gave it to them: this is my blood of the New Testament, which is shed for many; in Matthew it is added, "for the remission of sins";

And for 2000 year that has been what? Perhaps those ECFs who were in total agreement on this inerrant Bible were wrong about this???????????????

and also with you.

"Only those things have been recounted whereof we thought that it was necessary to speak, in order that it might be understood that in doctrine and ceremonies nothing has been received on our part against Scripture or the Church Catholic." Augsburg Confession