How Can the New Testament Be Inerrant If There Are Variants in the Ancient Manuscripts?

By J. Warner Wallace Published on November 16, 2019

In this clip from a Summit Worldview Conference session, cold-case detective, J. Warner Wallace, defines the notion of “inerrancy”. How can we call the New Testament the “inerrant word of God” when we don’t possess any original documents, and there are so many variations between the ancient manuscripts we do have?

 

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