Does it make a real difference if the Bible is not inerrant? Like, did the Flood really occur? Were Sodom and Gomorrah really destroyed? Was Jonah really carried around in the belly of a fish? Or, were these "parables" which didn't actually happen, but told "spiritual truths"?
According to this article, it makes a GREAT deal of difference
, because Jesus spoke about all three of these events and, if they aren't true, then Jesus is either ignorant or a liar - and cannot be God Incarnate, or Divine Man, or Sinless Lamb - and Christianity is a fake rather than a Salvation.
In faith, Dave
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Abortion: "But if they make a mistake, I don't want them punished with a baby." - Barak Obama. (The answer is of course to punish the baby).