All Scripture?

Back in the recent little debate about inerrancy, one suggestion was that Evangelical reliance on 2 Timothy 3:16 doesn’t provide enough support for their argument that Scripture is without error because it is inspired by the God who is without error.  Here I want to respond to some of the arguments here God breathed into… Continue reading All Scripture?

God’s Word and its practical implications

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The aim of this blog is not to simply present theoretical information, but rather to help us think through the practical implications of what we believe.  Having set out the Christian doctrine of Revelation, we are now in a position to think through its practical implications for individual and church life.  In this section, we… Continue reading God’s Word and its practical implications

Scripture – the source of special revelation

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A while back, someone visited our church and, after the sermon, came to speak to me.  He thanked me for what I’d said, but then said, “I’d rather you had spoken from the heart, not a book.”  Now, it’s important to check on what someone means when they offer critique.  It could well be that… Continue reading Scripture – the source of special revelation

How 2 Timothy 3:16 shows us that Scripture is sufficient

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A Roman Catholic will tell you that they too believe in the authority of Scripture.  They believe 2 Timothy 3:16 to be true. It’s also that they believe that when Christ gave the keys to the church, this authority meant that it would be the church or its magisterium a few hundred years later who… Continue reading How 2 Timothy 3:16 shows us that Scripture is sufficient