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December 23, 2018

Inspiration and Inerrancy in the Writing Process of God’s Word

Most apologists, translators, and textual scholars are familiar with the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy ICBI, which is only the beginning of this article. If you must scroll past the ICBI and get to the questions and answers that most have not... Continue Reading →


NTTC MATTHEW 1:10: Liberal scholarship? What is the original reading Amon or Amos?

It is Deja Vu all over again. Matthew 1:10 is almost an exact repeat of Matthew 1:7-8. There the earliest and best Greek manuscripts ... Continue Reading →

DAILY DEVOTIONAL Sunday, December 23, 2018

Common Sense and Our Speech Proverbs 11:12 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 12 He who belittles his neighbor is in want of heart, but a man of understanding remains silent. He who belittles his neighbor is in want of heart: The Hebrew... Continue Reading →

NTTC MATTHEW 1:7-8: Absolute Inerrancy or Limited Inerrancy? What is the original reading Asa or Asaph?

On Matthew 1:7-8, Comfort is correct when he writes, “However, the documentary evidence strongly supports the ‘incorrect’ spelling.”[1] Nevertheless, he is mistaken when he goes on to say ... Continue Reading →

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