inerrancy

[in-er-uhn-see, -ur-]
noun
1.
lack of error; infallibility.
2.
the belief that the Bible is free from error in matters of science as well as those of faith. Compare creationism ( def 3 ).

Origin:
1810–20; inerr(ant) + -ancy

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inerrable or inerrant (ɪnˈɛrəbəl, ɪnˈɛrənt)
 
adj
less common words for infallible
 
inerrant or inerrant
 
adj
 
inerra'bility or inerrant
 
n
 
in'errableness or inerrant
 
n
 
in'errancy or inerrant
 
n
 
in'errably or inerrant
 
adv

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But his saint-making was also inextricably linked to the intervention of the supernatural and the exercise of papal inerrancy.
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