Resources About Bible (Canon and Inerrancy)
What is the canon? The biblical canon (meaning rule or standard) is the revealed Word of God—the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments. As Protestants, we believe that the canon of the early church was comprised of 39 books in the Old Testament and eventually 27 in the New Testament. While books from the Apocrypha might be of limited benefit for Christian reading, they are not God’s Word, and the Jewish people and the early Christian community never considered them as having the same weight as the accepted Scriptures. Do you believe in the inerrancy of Scripture? … Read More >
The Bible is either entirely true or completely fictitious. There is no middle ground.
Past fulfillments of prophetic Scripture help us trust in future fulfillments of Scripture.
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I heard Dr. Lutzer say that the very words of the Bible were not dictated; yet later you stated that …
Ken the answer is yes, I do believe that all Scripture is given by inspiration of God.
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Can you trust the Bible? Many answer this question with a staunch “No!” Critics increasingly attempt to poke holes in the authority of Scripture and deflate faith among believers. But … See More >
Since the Bible is a book bearing the marks of both human and divine authorship, it has fascinated readers for centuries. Are there good reasons to accept it as a revelation from God? In these messages, Pastor Lutzer gives reasons for the Bible’s trustworthiness. In addition to showing the logical …
The Bible is the book from God, wherein He moved people to write His message.
You can’t separate the Bible’s history from its theology.
Jesus believed in the infallibility of the Old Testament.
What the sun is to physical life, the Word of God is to spiritual life.