“Inerrancy means that when all facts are known, the Scriptures in their original autographs and properly interpreted will be shown to be wholly true in everything that they affirm, whether that has to do with doctrine or morality or with the social, physical, or life sciences.” 
 Paul Feinberg, The Meaning of Inerrancy in Inerrancy, ed. Norman Geisler (Grand Rapids: Zondervan 1979), 294.
Principle of Embarrassment: is a principle that is employed to validate the trustworthiness, authenticity, and truthfulness of any historical document. Christian apologetics also applies this principle to determine the historicity of the events described in the Bible. When a source (s) that can potentially damage/s its case admits something embarrassing, these assertions are unlikely to be invented or fabricated.
Women as the first witness to the empty tomb of Jesus.
Conversion of skeptics like then Saul (now Paul) and James.