Thursday, September 10, 2009

Jesuit On Biblical Inerrancy

Biblical inerrancy, in the strictest sense, means this, that God, writing those books as He was through His human instrument, necessarily wrote them free from error.
The results of that inspiration and that inerrancy will always remain in the Church;
there will always be with her faithful copies of those books inspired long ago, and, in so far as they are faithful copies, they will always enjoy that freedom from error of which Biblical inerrancy is the guarantee.

Link (here) to the portion of the essay published in March of 1922 entitled, Inspiration of Holy Scripture, by Fr. Cuthbert Lattey, S.J., he was a Professor of Scripture, St. Beuno's College, North Wales

Photo is of St. Beuno's

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