Sentences Containing 'inerrancy'
Some Christian traditions hold a doctrine called Biblical inerrancy, which believes that the Bible is without error.
More Vocab Words::: tangible - able to be touched; real; concrete; palpable; possible to realize or understand; Ex. tangible proof
::: oblique - indirect; slanting (deviating from the perpendicular or from a straight line); Ex. oblique reference
::: monolithic - solidly uniform; unchangeable; unyielding; N. monolith: large block of stone
::: exertion - effort; expenditure of much physical work; V. exert oneself: make a great effort
::: qualms - uneasy feelings; misgivings; uneasy fears especially about matters of conscience; Ex. I have no qualms about giving this assignment to Helen.
::: rhetoric - art of effective communication; art of using language effectively and persuasively; style of speaking or writing; grandiloquent language; Ex. political rhetoric; ADJ. rhetorical; CF. rhetorical question: question to which no answer is expected as ``Who knows it ?''
::: frenetic - (phrenetic) frenzied; frantic
::: disconcert - confuse; upset; embarrass; perturb
::: imbue - saturate(soak thoroughly); fill; Ex. imbue someone with feelings
::: prologue - introduction (to a poem or play)