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The Solid Foundation -Holy Scripture

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Below is an excellent article written by Paul Burbidge, B.Th.  It contains all the aspects of the Christian and Biblical teaching of the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures.  3,274 more words

Authority Of Scripture

2014 Lent 23

I Corinthians 10:14–11:1

Whoa!  Got some feedback to that last one–my last Lenten post, that is (cf. “2014 Lent 22″)!  Some readers hated it.  Others loved it–picked up a few new followers, in fact.  1,041 more words


The Spirit bears witness to what has been written

Second Objection from the words of Paul as to the letter and spirit. The Answer, with an explanation of Paul’s meaning. How the Spirit and the written Word are indissolubly connected. 565 more words


The Spirit does not reveal anything contrary to what has been written

Refutation continued.

3. The impositions of Satan cannot be detected without the aid of the written Word. First Objection. The Answer to it.

2. Hence it is easy to understand that we must give diligent heed both to the reading and hearing of Scripture, if we would obtain any benefit from the Spirit of God, (just as Peter praises those who attentively study the doctrine of the prophets, (2 Peter 1:19,) though it might have been thought to be superseded after the gospel light arose,) and, on the contrary, that any spirit which passes by the wisdom of God’s Word, and suggests any other doctrine, is deservedly suspected of vanity and falsehood. 285 more words

Sola Scriptura

Reading Scripture: No Easy Task.2

We in PHIL 2200-Survey of Philosophy, have finally arrived at the module concerning Epistemology–or the study of knowledge. As one of the most bed rock parts of philosophy, this has lead directly to discussions about authority. 887 more words


The Spirit of Christ seals the doctrine of the written Word on the minds of the godly

The temper and error of the Libertines, who take to themselves the name of spiritual, briefly described. Their refutation.

1. The Apostles and all true Christians have embraced the written Word. 588 more words

John Calvin

Losing our children

I read a headline in Al Mohler’s Briefing that read, “We may lose the marriage argument with the culture, but we’re in trouble if we lose it with our kids.” 298 more words

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