Beyond that I fail to see how his sinless perfection (genetic imperfections aside) reflect on whether or not the bible has errors in it.
Here's a question for you - do you believe that all translations of the bible are without error? If so, why? If not, which ones fail and which one/ones are perfect and why?
I should point out that I'm fine either way - if the bible is truly inerrant, then great. If it does have error (as I suspect), I'm fine with that as well.
PipeAndPint wrote:If Christ the living Word can be fully divine, fully man, yet without error - is not possible that the same can be true of the written Word?LushMojo wrote:Unquestionably.PipeAndPint wrote:Do you believe that Christ was fully God & fully man, yet without sin?LushMojo wrote:Man, I really wish I could fully buy into the whole inerrancy thing. I've been a Christian for 3 decades and just can't seem to trust that point. I believe that God can, in fact, do anything He sets out to do, but when men become involved I just don't see error being reduced to zero.