There are many so-called Baptists that do not embrace inerrancy. Instead, they subject the Scripture to their own fallen minds. By ignoring the N.T. and the O.T., they have replaced them with their interpretation of what is God's Word by something referred to as the "Christ criterion". Nobody knows exactly how that works. It is just as subjective as everything else they put forth. This is a SHORT list of statements made by Christ Himself regarding Scripture. Let us use His statements as grounds for the belief in inerrancy. It is true that one's view of inerrancy is parallel to one's view of God's perfection. 1.Mt 5:17-18 - no portion of the law would be removed until it was all fulfilled. Not even the smallest part (jot or tittle). 2.Lk 24:44 - Jesus explained all that the Law, Prophets, and Psalms contained concerning Himself. Why didn't He just talk to them? It is because Scripture perfectly reflects Christ. 3.Mt 4:4 - Jesus used the Scripture to rebuke Satan. Why didn't He just rebuke him without Scripture? It is because Jesus believed Scripture to be completely authoritative. It could only be that way if inerrancy is true. 4.Mk 7:8-9 - Jesus spoke of the "commandments of God" as opposed to the "traditions of men". So the Scripture is seen as originating in God. 5.Jn 10:35 - Jesus said that the Scripture cannot be broken. The obvious question is, WHY? The answer is because it is a unified body of truth without any possibility of error. 6.Mt 22:29 - Jesus said to the Sadducees, "You are mistaken, not knowing the Scriptures nor the power of God." It is amazing that Jesus didn't tell them that they needed a personal relationship with God or specifically Himself. Jesus said that their problem is with the Scripture. So Jesus equates a person's problem with truth as really a problem with the Scripture. WOW! You know, at this point, I am amazed when the libs continue to pursue their mistaken path of this "Christ criterion" method. 7.Lk 16:31 - Jesus said, "If they do not hear Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded though one rise from the dead." So, in other words, one can rise from the dead (Jesus) and the message won't be received. One must receive the truth of the Scripture. This is such a short list of Scriptures. I could be here all night. However, the proof is in the statements of Christ Himself. As a side note, Jesus said that His kingdom is a kingdom of truth. "Everyone who is of the truth hears My voice." What a powerful statement. To deny what Jesus taught and believed is to deny Him. Inspite of those who throw-up, this is the truth.