- There is no doctrine which could be better, more precious and more splendid than the text of the Gospel. Behold and retain what our Lord and Master, Christ, has taught by his words and accomplished by his deeds.102
- But above all it's the gospels that occupy my mind when I'm at prayer; my poor soul has so many needs, and yet this is the one thing needful. I'm always finding fresh lights there; hidden meanings which had meant nothing to me hitherto.103 102 St. Caesaria the Younger to St. Richildis and St. Radegunde, SCh 345, 480. 103 St. Thérèse of Lisieux, ms. autob. A 83v.
Q: 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.A: The documents of Vatican II don’t limit biblical inerrancy to religious truths necessary for salvation or even to religious matters in general.