Every Book of the Bible in One Word

I ran across this post a while back and found it extremely helpful. It's from Garrett Kell over on the The Gospel Coalition. I've reposted the whole below, enjoy!   God reveals himself through his Word. When he speaks, he teaches us what he is like, how he acts, and how he desires us to respond. As … Continue reading Every Book of the Bible in One Word

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It Never Gets Old

"All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work." (2 Timothy 3:16-17) "And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the … Continue reading It Never Gets Old

From the Archive: The Purpose of Genesis May Be Different Than You Think

What is the purpose of Genesis? If I asked you this what would you tell me? I recently asked a friend about this and this was his response, “The story of our beginning, of creation.” I responded and said that he was not wrong, creation is in there for sure, but I did say that … Continue reading From the Archive: The Purpose of Genesis May Be Different Than You Think

From the Archives: How Should We Interpret the Book of Revelation?

How many of you have ever been out of the country? I have, and every time I go abroad I always look forward to one moment: walking out of the airport in the new country for the first time. Any of you know what I mean? It’s a different country, with different sights, different sounds, … Continue reading From the Archives: How Should We Interpret the Book of Revelation?

Infallibility and Ineranncy: A Greater and Lesser Term

Any teaching on the nature of the Bible must include an examination of the two words infallible and inerrant. They are easier to understand when you see them together as opposed to separate. For something to be infallible it means that it cannot fail, and for something to be inerrant means that it does not … Continue reading Infallibility and Ineranncy: A Greater and Lesser Term