Fundamentalists, Calvinists, and Arminians all claim "inerrancy" as part of their doctrine. But I've been thinking: doesn't "inerrancy" mean different things to each of these groups? eg. To a Fundamentalist, "inerrancy" means KJVO and a premil-dispy view of eschatology. To a Calvinist, "inerrancy" means "double election". And to an Arminian, "inerrancy" means that a Christian can become apostate and lose his/her salvation. Something else: Doesn't "inerrancy" imply that congregational government with a Pastor as under-shepherd and Deacons as servant leaders as the only legitimate form of church government to one group of Believers; while to another group of Believers "inerrancy" implies that an Elder board which makes decisions for a local church--with the Senior Pastor as Ruling Elder--is the only legitimate form of church government ?!?