Inspiration & Inerrancy
July 1, 2012
When we speak of the inerrancy of the Bible, some object, saying: “The Bible contains material on doctrinal, ethical, and moral matters and is accurate in what it says about these things.
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Retain the Standard of Sound WordsJuly 1, 2012
When higher ground has the possibility of sliding or eroding away, people will often build a retaining wall along the edge of the portion of land.
Preach the WordJuly 1, 2012
In recent years, the proclamation of the Word of God has suffered from a number of influences.
TreeMendous ConfusionJuly 1, 2012
There was a remarkable miracle performed when the Lord Jesus met a blind man in the town of Bethsaida.
Devoted to the Apostles’ TeachingApril 1, 2012
The place was Jerusalem. The time was the first celebration of Pentecost after the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, a mere seven to ten days after He returned to the Father (Acts 1:9-11).
Romans 9-11: Fulfilling Strategic RolesMarch 1, 2012
To many, chapters 9-11 of Romans seem out of place after eight chapters of explaining the gospel. Why did Paul include this block of teaching?
The Great DivideMarch 1, 2012
For the typical believer, the terms covenant theology and dispensationalism can be very confusing.
Why Does This Matter?August 1, 2008
Whether you realize it or not, you hold to a system of theology.
Sound DoctrineMarch 1, 2005
Before we look at this topic, it might be worthwhile to comment on the occurrence of the two Greek words for “sound” and “doctrine” in our Bibles.
One-NaturismOctober 1, 2002
Reformed theology differs greatly from Dispensational theology in many respects, not the least of which is whether the believer possesses a sin nature. Holy