Originally Posted by MissSJ
After reading a few threads here today I wanted to ask which Christian Churches teach biblical inerrancy and which ones support those who question the bible? Are there more Christians that believe in biblical inerrancy or more who don't?
What exactly are you questioning?
It's hard to say because some of it depends on specific church not just denomination. And any given denomination's interpretation of scripture is going to mean they have a different view of scripture overall.
I'd venture a guess that more denominations encourage or tolerate questioning on an individual level, but that the majority are going to hold up some level of biblical authority in general.
Denominations that don't appear to be "strict" in their interpretation of the Bible include Methodist, Epsicopal, Lutheran, United Church of Christ, Catholic, American Baptist, Presbyterian and a whole bunch of others, but within those groups some churches will be more strict than others, and many denominations have very similar sounding names, so you might think you're at one kind of church when you're actually at another.
Why would you claim to be a Christian if you didn't find some level of truth in the Bible?
As far as I know UU is the only church that doesn't insist on some level of scriptural truth, and even there it depends on the individual church itself. UU also isn't necessarily Christian.