Catholic Teaching on the Inerrancy of Scripture – Bruce Sullivan
In a talk from the 2010 Deep in History Conference, former Church of Christ pastor Bruce Sullivan tackles the question of Biblical inerrancy. Bruce looks at what the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Second Vatican Council say about the role of Scripture in the life of a believer, and addresses modern doubts as to whether the Bible can be trusted beyond its ability to teach in the areas of faith and morals. For those curious about what the Catholic Church teaches regarding the authority of the Scriptures, this is a highly informative watch!
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-What problems arise when the Bible is only seen as authoritative in matters of faith and morals?
-What happens when the Gospels are not treated as authoritative sources for the words and deeds of Jesus?
-What are some of the most important documents to read in order to understand the Catholic Church’s teaching on how to understand Scripture?
-What key points does Dei Verbum, the Second Vatican Council’s document on Sacred Scripture, have to say about the role of the Bible in the Christian life?
-What grounds are there to trust the Gospels as historically reliable?
-How can the points Bruce makes about Scripture change the way that you approach Bible reading?