Introduction to the Doctrine of Divine Inspiration of Scripture

https://www.amazon.com/SPOKEN-WORDS-SACRED-TEXTS-Introduction-Intermediate/dp/1949586987/ Christianity is the religion of a Book. Christianity is based upon the impregnable rock of Holy Scripture. The starting point of all doctrinal discussions must be the Bible. Upon the foundation of the Divine inspiration of the Bible stands or falls the entire edifice of Christian truth.—“If the foundations are destroyed, what can the... Continue Reading →

How Do We Know Which Books to Include in the Bible?

Article I of Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy with Exposition WE AFFIRM  that the Holy Scriptures are to be received as the authoritative Word of God. WE DENY  that the Scriptures receive their authority from the Church, tradition, or any other human source. EMAIL QUESTION: How then do we know what Books the Bible is supposed to include and exclude... Continue Reading →

What Is the Danger From Within The Church?

“AS THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES GO, SO GOES THE CHURCH”—J. Gresham Machen—The Christian Faith in the Modern World, p. 65

Should a pulpit committee hire a pastoral candidate from certain seminaries who staff their faculty with evangelical, critical scholars who will train your church people in God’s Word and lead in the spiritual development of your congregation?

Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy with Exposition

The "Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy" was produced at an international Summit Conference of evangelical leaders, held at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare in Chicago in the fall of 1978. This congress was sponsored by the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy. The Chicago Statement was signed by nearly 300 noted evangelical scholars, including James Boice, Norman L. Geisler, John Gerstner, Carl F. H. Henry, Kenneth Kantzer, Harold Lindsell, John Warwick Montgomery, Roger Nicole, J. I. Packer, Robert Preus, Earl Radmacher, Francis Schaeffer, R. C. Sproul, and John Wenham.

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