"Every word of God proves true; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him" (Prov. 30:5)
'The Scripture cannot be broken' (John 10:35)
”Inerrant” simply means “without error,” or “true” in the sense that we normally speak of true sentences, true doctrines, true accounts, true principles. Were God to speak to us in person, ”directly,” none of us would dare to charge him with error. Errors arise from ignorance or deceit; and our God is neither ignorant, nor is he a deceiver. Similarly, we dare not charge his written Word with error." - John Frame
The church has historically acknowledged that Scripture in its original manuscripts and properly interpreted is completely true and without any error in everything that it affirms, whether that has to do with doctrine, moral conduct, or matters of history, cosmology, geography, and the like."- Gregg Allison, (Historical Theology p. 99)
"The purity of Scripture lies in the fact that it stands complete in itself, without either deceit or error: 'The words of the Lord are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times' (Ps. 12:6)" William Perkins (1558-1602, the "father of English Puritanism"): (The Art of Prophesying, p. 10).