The doctrine of [absolute] Inerrancy of Scripture is the foundational doctrine of the true Christian and the true Christian faith. This article will be a wake-up call for most readers and a shock for others when they learn that some of their favorite Christian authors and apologists do not believe in absolute inerrancy of Scripture.
The Complutensian Polyglot Bible is the name given to the first printed polyglot of the entire Bible, initiated and financed by Cardinal Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros (1436–1517) and published by Complutense University.
Proverbs 6:1-3 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 6 My son, if you have become surety for your neighbor, have given your pledge for a stranger, 2 if you are snared in the words of your mouth, caught in the words of your mouth, 3 Do this then, my son, and deliver yourself, for you have come into the palm of your neighbor: go, humble yourself, plead with your neighbor.
Proverbs 5:21 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 21 For a man’s ways are before the eyes of Jehovah, and he examines all his paths.
Third book of the OT containing instructions for priests and worship. The Hebrew name of Leviticus comes from the first word in the book, wayyiqraʾ, “and he called.” In the later rabbinic works and similarly in the Syuriac translation, the Peshitta, the book was called torat hohanim, “book of the priests.” The English title comes from the Latin Vulgate translation of the Greek term Leuitikon. This is an adjectival form, “Levitical,” which thus means “that which concerns the priests.”
The history of Elijah supplies us with one of the most striking, and, we may add, one of the most instructive, sections of the Old Testament.
Pontius Pilate was the fifth governor of the Roman province of Judaea, serving under Emperor Tiberius from the year 26/27 to 36/37. He is best known today for being the official who presided over the trial of Jesus and ordered his crucifixion.
"We do not face a physical army. We face a spiritual army. Therefore our weapons must be spiritual." - Max Anders
In addition to being ambitious, proud, disrespectful of apostolic authority, rebellious, and inhospitable, the apostle John says that Diotrephes tried to hinder those desiring to show hospitality to the brothers and to expel these from the congregation. What can we learn from this short account?