1. fallibility as indicated by erring or a tendency to err
  2. (Christianity) holding views that disagree with accepted doctrine; especially disagreement with papal infallibility
    he denies the errancy of the Catholic Church
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How To Use errancy In A Sentence

  • Similarly, the denial of inerrancy may be the signal that some unevangelical factor has been immixed in the conception.
  • Because the majority of our population perceives addiction as an aberrancy that applies to “somebody else” (these days, itself a sure sign of hubris), only a very small percentage of Americans understand the 12 Step programs as a process. The Structural Nuts and Bolts of The Great Leveling, Revisited
  • The key representatives of English Nonconformity offered various understandings of the ‘verbal inspiration’ of the Bible, but most stopped short of claiming absolute textual inerrancy.
  • If a Muslim cannot reconcile even one of the ridiculous scientific claims in the Koran and the Hadith than the idea of inerrancy is lost. The heart and cardiovascular system in the Qur'an and Hadeeth - The Panda's Thumb
  • An actual quote: I am among those who feel that the term inerrancy has become for Evangelicals severely overqualified because of the recognition of the tensions between older formulations of the term and the developments in our understanding of the Bible and its world. The Last Gasp of Inerrancy
  • But they exhibit some notable aberrancy.
  • Evangelical scholars, for example, doubt that accepting the doctrine of biblical inerrancy is the best way to assert their belief in biblical authority. Puncturing a gas bag ...
  • WE DENY that the humble, human form of Scripture entails errancy any more than the humanity of Christ, even in His humiliation, entails sin.
  • While bibliolaters will go to any extreme in a attempt to harmonize errors found in the Bible, this is yet one more example of Biblical errancy.
  • One of these authors had been a resident under Kulko - As a resident conducting research with Kuklo, Andersen said he noticed "an aberrancy in typical research" that involved "discarding inconsistent findings which did not fit his hypothesis. When the Mentor Goes Rogue
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