How Does the Bible View Its Own Inspiration?

In view of what the Bible says and shows about itself, a definition of divine inspiration can be formulated. First, the elements of a definition will be set forth; then, the definition will be derived from them. There appear to be six basic elements stated or implied in the Bible.

WHAT IS THE EXTENT OF BIBLICAL PLENARY INSPIRATION?

Biblical inspiration is not only verbal (located in the words), but it is also plenary, meaning that it extends to every part of the words and all they teach or imply. Inspiration does guarantee the truth of all the Bible teaches, implies, or entails (spiritually or factually).

What Was God’s Purpose In Giving Us the Bible?

The Scriptures inform us why we are here, why things are the way that they are, they give us much history and explain our future, a well as giving us the answers to life’s most important questions. The Creator has given us everything that we need to know to get us through this difficult time, and up unto the Second Coming of Christ. But there is more ...

Is The Bible Authentic and Inspired?

It does seem reasonable that if there were a Creator, he would reveal himself to his creation, notifying them of his will and Purposes. With the world in the condition it is in, and the imperfection of man, there is little hope outside of the fact that there is a Creator. However, we do not want to set aside all reason and logic, to pacify ourselves with the idea of a Creator, simply for the sake of hope itself. If God did provide a form of communication, we would want to examine the facts honestly, to make sure that it is authentic and inspired.

THE BOOK OF DANIEL DEFENDED: Attacks From False Friends “Christian” Bible Scholars and the Enemy Bible Critics

Modern objections to the Book of Daniel were started by German scholars who were prejudiced against the supernatural. Daniel foretells events that have occurred in history. Therefore, argue these scholars, the alleged predictions must have been written after the events. But the supernatural is not impossible, nor is it improbable if sufficient reason for it... Continue Reading →

Did the Historic Prophet Isaiah of the 8th Century B.C.E. Author the Entire Book of Isaiah or Were There Three Other Authors?

For about twenty-five centuries no one dreamt of doubting that Isaiah the son of Amoz was the author of every part of the book that goes under his name; and those who still maintain the unity of authorship are accustomed to point, with satisfaction, to the unanimity of the Christian Church on the matter, till a few German scholars arose, about a century ago, and called in question the unity of this book. What is true?

THE MOSAIC AUTHORSHIP OF THE PENTATEUCH

During the 150 years, an influential school of critics has deluged the world with articles and books attempting to prove that the Pentateuch did not originate during the time of Moses (late 16th century B.C.E.) and that most of the laws attributed to him did not come into existence until several centuries after his death,... Continue Reading →

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