#6 Bible Inerrancy Poll

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What does Bible Inerrancy mean to you?

  1. -1 the Bible has errors (i.e. is NOT inerrant)

    3 vote(s)
    2.7%
  2. 0 the Bible has minor errors but is still useful

    1 vote(s)
    0.9%
  3. 1 The Bible is inerrant on all doctrinal issues

    6 vote(s)
    5.3%
  4. 2 inerrant on all issues: doctrinal, historic, and scientific

    20 vote(s)
    17.7%
  5. 3 The Bible is inerrant in the original autographs

    58 vote(s)
    51.3%
  6. 4 The Bible is inerrant only in the KJV1611 Authorized Version

    9 vote(s)
    8.0%
  7. 5 inerrant in any English translation based on the TR

    1 vote(s)
    0.9%
  8. 6 The Bible is inerrant in all faithful English translations

    14 vote(s)
    12.4%
  9. 7 the Bible is inerrant as applied by _______

    1 vote(s)
    0.9%
  1. Ed Edwards

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    Possible answers from the most liberal position
    to the most conservative

    -1 the Bible has errors (i.e. is NOT inerrant)
    0 the Bible has minor errors but is still useful
    1 The Bible is inerrant on all doctrinal issues
    2 inerrant on all issues: doctrinal, historic, and scientific
    3 The Bible is inerrant in the original autographs
    4 The Bible is inerrant only in the KJV1611 Authorized Version
    5 inerrant in any English translation based on the TR
    6 The Bible is inerrant in all faithful English translations
    7 the Bible is inerrant as applied by _______

    What does Bible Inerrancy mean to you?
    Please choose the highest number with which
    you fully agree.

    Sorry, but Poll #5 didn't survive the transition. :tear:
    So off we go with Poll #6, same question,
    Please answer again. Thank you.
     
  2. Ed Edwards

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    Results of past similiar polls:

    Poll Results: Bible Inerrancy Poll #3 (100 votes.)
    What does Bible Inerrancy mean to you?

    -1. the Bible has errors (i.e. is NOT inerrant) 6% (6)
    0. the Bible has minor errors but is still useful 3% (3)
    1. The Bible is inerrant on all doctrinal issues 11% (11)
    2. inerrant on all issues like historic/scientific 18% (18)
    3 .The Bible is inerrant in the original autographs 44% (44)
    4. inerrant only in the KJV1611 Authorized Version 5% (5)
    5. inerrant in any English translation based on the TR 2% (2)
    6. inerrant in all faithful English translations 11% (11)
    7.inerrant as applied by _______ (post person or group) 1% (1)

    Poll Results: Inerrancy Poll #4 (101 votes.)
    Inerrancy Poll #4

    -1. The Bible has errors (i.e. is NOT inerrant) 1% (1)
    0. The Bible has minor errors but is still useful 1% (1)
    1. The Bible is inerrant on all doctrinal issues 8% (8)
    2. inerrant on all issues like historic/scientific 2% (2)
    3. The Bible is inerrant in the original autographs 58% (59)
    4. inerrant only in the KJV1611 Authorized Version 13% (13)
    5. inerrant in any English translation based on the TR 6% (6)
    6. inerrant in all faithful English translations 9% (9)
    7. inerrant as applied by _____ (post person or group) 2% (2)
     
  3. Ed Edwards

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    Thank you voters #1 to #4! :thumbs:

    Your votes are appreciated!
     
  4. Ed Edwards

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    Thank you voters #5 to #7! :thumbs:

    Your votes are appreciated!
     
  5. Ed Edwards

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    Thank you voter#8! :thumbs:

    Your vote is appreciated!
     
  6. Ed Edwards

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    Thank you voter#9! :thumbs:

    Your vote is appreciated!
     
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    I know the feeling, it's like opening the doors to the Church. Is there one who will come?
     
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    Before I answer, why is the above considered to be liberal?
     
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    Answer #2:
    //2 inerrant on all issues: doctrinal, historic, and scientific//

    IronWill: //before I answer, why is the above considered to be liberal?//

    What I said:
    //Possible answers from the most liberal position
    to the most conservative //

    This means that -1 is the most liberal, 7 is the most conservative
    (in fact is HYPERl-Conservative).
    Also, 'liberal' not only is absolute location on the political spectrum,
    it is also a direction. So #2 is more liberal than #3; #2 is more conservative
    than #1. I'd say you have to get to answer #0 to be in absolute
    liberal territory.
     
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    Thank you voter #10! :thumbs:

    Your vote is appreciated!
     
  11. Ed Edwards

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    Thank you voter #11! :thumbs:

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    Thank you voter #12! :thumbs:

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    Thank you voter #13! :thumbs:

    Your vote is appreciated!
     
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    7...as applied by Holy Spirit
     
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    Thank you voter #14! :thumbs:

    Your vote is appreciated!
     
  16. Ed Edwards

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    Thank you voter #15! :thumbs:

    Your vote is appreciated!
     
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    Thank you voter #16! :thumbs:

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    So why do you consider the original autographs more liberal than any English translation?


     
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    El_Guero: //So why do you consider the original autographs
    more liberal than any English translation?//

    The English Translations are available for inspection - they are concrete.
    The Original Autographs are NOT available for
    inspection - they are abstract.

    It is more Liberal to believe in the abstract than in the concrete.
     
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    Really? Then by examining the MV's we should know which version is inspired? Which one is it?

    Following that same logic, believing in my risen Savior that I cannot see, would be more liberal than believing in a statue of budda?

    Simply said, I find it difficult to justify believing in the original autographs as liberal.
     

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