Deconflicting the Bible among people Consider the poll here: http://www.baptistboard.com/showthread.php?p=864793&posted=1#post864793 With 60 votes in, in the last two colums are the results (number the %) of the 6th "what is Bible inerrancy" poll. -1 the Bible has errors (i.e. is NOT inerrant) 3 5.00% 0 the Bible has minor errors but is still useful 0 0% 1 The Bible is inerrant on all doctrinal issues 3 5.00% 2 inerrant on: doctrinal, historic, and scientific 11 18.33% 3 The Bible is inerrant in the original autographs 33 55.00% 4 only in the KJV1611 Authorized Version 5 8.33% 5 inerrant in translation based on the TR 0 0% 6 Bible is inerrant in all faithful translations 4 6.67% 7 the Bible is inerrant as applied by _______ 1 1.67% Voters: 60. Restating my point: Most Baptists believe in the inerrancy of the Holy Bible. What those 'most Baptists' believe by 'inerrancy of the Holy Bible' varies. My poll illustrates the varity of those beliefs and how many hold them. IF it appears there is a conflict with two parts of the same translation/version of the Bible, or between two different translations/versions of the Bible; then How do we deconflict? 1. ourselves 2. between two of us joined together (where Christ is) 3. in a local church 4. on the Baptist Board (BB) Translation/Version Forum 5. in the Body/Bride (BB) of Christ, the Universal Church Discussion can range from the practical, to the historical, to the theoretical/doctrinal.