Category Archives: Bibliology

What the Bible is, and how we got it.

Wiio’s Laws and the Word of the Lord

Osmo Antero Wiio was an economist and member of the Finnish Parliament, but he is best known for “Wiio’s Laws of Communication.”  In these, he laid down a rather humourous set of seven principles or laws (with some additional sub-points) … Continue reading

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Why I’m not “King James Only” Even Though I Use the KJV

I’ve been having trouble keeping up with the Internet lately.  Someone is always writing something on the Internet — have you noticed? Between work and ministry piling up, as well as a recent overseas trip, I haven’t written much, let … Continue reading

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The Bible — Not Like Archaeology — Always True, Always Reliable

We weigh the story we think the stones are telling us by the Book, not the other way around. Continue reading

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The Value of “Thou,” “Thee,” and “Thy”

These old words, when understood properly, are not just archaic oddities, but are valuable aids in proper interpretation. Continue reading

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Daniel Wallace, the New New Testament, and Authority

“Who are these people and on what basis does this council have any binding authority on anyone?” Continue reading

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Bible Translation — the “Only One Way to Translate” Fallacy

Scripture itself shows it is possible for there to be more than one way to appropriately translate a verse. Continue reading

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Bible Translation — “Tongues Translationism” Evaluated

There is really only one question that matters — does the Scripture teach, or does it not, that God directly supervised the translation of His Word, Continue reading

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