Category: Bibliology

DR. ROBERT REYMOND: MINISTERS WHO DON'T BELIEVE THE BIBLE GET OUT OF THE MINISTRY »

The candidate for Christian ministry who does not believe that the Bible is God’s inspired Word should not enter the ministry. He does not belong there. If he is already in the ministry he should either quit because he should never have entered it or at the very least he should tell his congregation that […]

JOHN MACARTHUR: EXISTENTIAL NEO-ORTHODOXY DENIES SOLA SCRIPTURA »

Neo-orthodoxy is the term used to identify an existentialist variety of Christianity. Because it denies the essential objective basis of truth—the absolute truth and authority of Scripture—neo-orthodoxy must be understood as pseudo-Christianity. Its heyday came in the middle of the twentieth century with the writings of Karl Barth, Emil Brunner, Paul Tillich, and Reinhold Niebaur. […]

PAUL TAUTGES: LOVING JESUS MEANS LOVING HIS WORD »

The modern day church has the strange idea that we can somehow separate Jesus from His Word, thus allowing professing believers to subtly maintain their autonomy from God’s authority. But the Scripture clearly teaches that you cannot love Jesus apart from loving and obeying His Word. Study it out for yourself: Matthew 12:50; 13:23; Luke […]

GREG BAHNSEN: SOLA SCRIPTURA ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY TO THE HEALTH OF THE CHURCH »

The issue of Scripture and Scripture Alone (or what Protestants have come to call the principle of sola Scriptura) is a matter that divides professing Christians as to the foundation of their faith and what defines their faith. Back in the days of the Reformation when there were men who felt that the Gospel of […]

JOHN MACARTHUR AND THE AUTHORITY OF THE BIBLE »

JOHN MACARTHUR: THE SUFFICIENCY OF SCRIPTURE »

With the pending offensive coming through the Emerging Church rebellion against Sola Scriptura to be launched full-scale this year it’s a good time for real Christians to review proper views concerning God’s Word-the Bible. Here’s a couple of good sermons to start with from Dr. John MacArthur: The Sufficiency of Scripture – Part One The […]

CHARLES SPURGEON: AT ALL COSTS KEEP TO THE WORD OF GOD »

If people searched the Scriptures, we should find them come together in union;…[and end] the creation of various opinions and sects, which ought not to be, and would not be if all stood fast by the standard of inspired truth. If the Bible were but read and prayed over, many errors would die a speedy […]

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