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His Word Will not Return Void — When Copies Differ (1)

Just as a teacher who deviates from truth doesn’t “ring true” to us, so also a copy which deviates from the words God gave won’t “ring true”. Why? The Spirit is not confirming the Word in our hearts, because it isn’t the truth of the Word that is being taught by the erring teacher or recorded on the inaccurate copy. Continue reading

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His Word Will not Return Void — Preservation in Action

God’s work of preservation is usually through providential means, but He has shown He will do whatever is necessary to ensure that His Word will not return void. Continue reading

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His Word Will not Return Void — Direct Teaching on Preservation

God’s preservation of His Word is not an abstract theoretical matter, nor merely a statement about God’s unchanging nature, but it is also very clearly a practical doctrine referring to “That Book in Your Hand.” Continue reading

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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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What About Those Psalm “Titles”?

To endorse as Scripture something which the church, historically, has been reticent to accept as inspired is highly doubtful. The canon of Scripture is not a matter of private interpretation. Continue reading

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