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2.33. Inspired

The source of all Scripture is the Spirit of God, the Holy Spirit. Since the Holy Spirit is God, by His very nature He is completely without error. Therefore, the Scriptures which He breathed out are also without error (inerrant). “All Scripture is given by inspiration (θεοπνευστος [theopneustos] , divinely breathed) of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.” (2Ti 2Ti. 3:16-17). 2Pe. 1:19-21) See also: 2S. 2S. 23:2; Ps. Ps. 95:7 cf. Heb. Heb. 3:7; Ps. Ps. 110:1 cf. Mark Mark 12:36; Isa. Isa. 6:8; Jer. Jer. 31:33 cf. Heb. Heb. 10:15; Mic. Mic. 3:8; Zec. Zec. 7:12; John John 14:26; Acts Acts 1:16; Acts Acts 28:; Heb. Heb. 9:8; 2Ti. 2Ti. 3:16; 2Pe. 2Pe. 1:21.