How Can the Bible be inerrant when it corrects itself?

In this article I point to three instances where scripture seems to correct itself which leads to the conclusion that the doctrine of Biblical inerrancy is unintelligible. The first is Jesus’s teaching on divorce which rejects what the Mosaic dispensation says about it. The second is Ezekiel 18’s view that God does not punish a child for a parent’s sins, contrary to several passages in the Pentateuch. The third is found in the Gospel of John which doesn’t include Jesus’s agonizing requests in the garden of Gethsemane, but instead rejects such a petition.

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