All the arguments that I have seen to support Biblical inerrancy wind up being circular.
Like, "the Bible is the word of God because one part of the Bible says that all scripture is true."
And how does one know that one part of the Bible is true? "Because the Bible is the word of God, and thus all parts of it are true."
Admittedly, that bit of circular reasoning is obvious, but I have still seen folks try to use it. Other arguments also tend to be circular, but they contain more links in the circular chain.
So, my question is this:
Are there any non-circular arguments to support Biblical inerrancy? If so, I will attempt to refute them.