Infallible - Without error; absolutely trustworthy and sure
Inerrant - Without any mistake; every detail being correct
Some people deny that the Bible is inspired by God and infallible. Why would these people live in an uncertain world when speaking of absolute truths?
Crucial - Of greatest importance; critical; decisive
7. The Character of the Translators - The fifty men appointed to translate the King James Version, were not only well-known scholars, but were also men of sound religious faith. They were strong believers in every word of the Bible being inspired by God and in all the central doctrinal truths of Scripture. Many lived lives which testified of a saving knowledge of these truths. This same testimony cannot be made of all translators serving on modern translation teams.
8. Language Usage - The King James Version is a classic in the English-speaking world, not only for its clearness of translation, but also for its excellent language usage. The King James Version is written in a noble and dignified style; and its simple, yet beautiful, majestic, and powerful Elizabethan English has made it a literary masterpiece of the English language for several centuries.
The Bible's Infallibility
The word "infallible" means "without error or mistake; absolutely trustworthy or sure." As God's Word, as the only divinely-inspired Book, the Bible is infallible and inerrant. What a wonderful and valuable truth this is! In a world full of uncertainties, doubts, differences of opinion, and effors, there is an infallible and inerrant truth-God's own Word, our Bible.
Have you come to recognize and value the Bible as God's infallible and inerrant Word in your heart? Is it the rule for your life? When God's grace is worked and His love shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Spirit, then we love to live according to God's Word - to do that which is pleasing in His sight.
Today, many people do not believe that the Bible is infallible or inerrant; they do not believe that the Bible is the actual inspired Word of God. This matter is of crucial importance. If the Bible is truly the Word of God, then it is infallible; if it is not, then each person's ideas of right and wrong are as valid as anyone else's because there are no final absolute values-no infallible and inerrant Word of God.
The Bible states more than three thousand times that its words are not the words of men, but of God. As the Word of God, the Bible gives a clear testimony of its divine authorship. This claim of