Tag Archives: God’s Sovereignty

His Word Will not Return Void — Preservation Implied

I believe the things I’ve cited in this post give a very strong basis for a doctrine of complete preservation of the Scriptures even if there were no direct teaching of the doctrine in the Bible at all. Continue reading

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The Scriptures — Moved by the Spirit (Summary)

Our salvation is clear — because “That Book in Your Hands” is His Book. The ideas, the words, the languages in which they were given, the styles in which they were communicated, the personal experiences of the writers, it is all His. We don’t have to worry about whether Paul’s personality, or Luke’s Greek education, or David’s warfare, hindered God’s truth and puts our eternal destiny at risk. Your Book is God’s Book, and our salvation is on solid ground. Continue reading

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The Scriptures — Moved by the Spirit (part four — Human Writers)

“That Book in Your Hand” As we continue the study on Bibliology (the study of what the Scriptures are, and how they came to us), I want to look at how God worked in the lives of the human writers … Continue reading

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