Is the Bible’s inerrancy limited to matters pertaining to salvation? December 6, 2014 Full Question I read a book by a Scripture scholar who said the Bible is inerrant only in religious matters that pertain to our salvation. He quoted Vatican II as the source of this “limited inerrancy” doctrine. Answer The documents of Vatican II d Post Views: 211 Related News: If we are already saved in baptism, why do we still need to make a conscious decision to trust Christ for salvation? Do we have bibles from A.D. 400-1500, and were the deuterocanonicals left out or put in a separate section in any of them? Is it permissible to sell items such as rosaries, medals, Bibles, etc., that have been blessed? Pope’s Morning Homily: Are We Open or Closed to God’s Way of Salvation? If the deuterocanonical books don’t claim divine inspiration, how can they be included in the Bible? Is There Really “No Salvation Outside the Catholic Church?” Why did some books mentioned in the Bible perish and not make it into the canon? Are we saved as long as our name is “written in the book”? What is the Catholic understanding of the biblical plan of salvation? If Jesus didn’t believe the Bible was the sole rule of faith, why did he quote it in his disputes with the Jewish leaders?