No book in history has been more scrutinized and attacked than the Bible. But that's because the Bible is no mere book. Christians throughout history have believed it to be God's primary authority for mankind in regard to matters of faith and practice. Talbot School of Theology maintains this historical view of the Bible's authority, as well as the belief that the Bible is without errors of any kind in its original manuscripts. At Talbot, you can be assured that the Bible will be treated as the authoritative Word of God.
Some seminaries don't advertise their beliefs about the Bible. They don't want to explain how the Bible can be inspired, but not completely trustworthy. Other seminaries believe the Bible is without error, but struggle to apply its relevancy. Talbot is unique in that we hold firmly to the inerrancy of the Bible while effectively showing how it applies to the cultural issues facing today's ministry leaders. It's this combination that's attracting students to Talbot from around the world.
Excerpt from Doctrinal Statement
"The Bible, consisting of all the books of the Old and New Testaments, is the Word of God, a supernaturally given revelation from God Himself, concerning Himself, His being, nature, character, will and purposes; and concerning man, his nature, need and duty and destiny. The Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are without error or misstatement in their moral and spiritual teaching and record of historical facts. They are without error or defect of any kind."