God is Truth and His Word is True

When Christians speak on the authority of Scripture we generally use two terms infallibility and inerrancy. These terms are not only descriptions of Scripture but testify to the work of God in revealing himself. We confess that God is absolutely trustworthy and powerful therefore when he reveals himself he does it in a way that … Continue reading God is Truth and His Word is True

What’s So Great About Scripture?

When we take hold of the Bible, it is easy to forget the significance of what is in our hands. When you think about it, Scripture is unlike anything else in our life. There is something about Scripture that makes it distinct from all other literature works in history. We say it's God's word. We call … Continue reading What’s So Great About Scripture?

The Word of Christ Collects and Builds

Is it significant that Christ is preached? Is it important that Scripture is preached from? In Romans 10:17, the Apostle Paul tells us that faith comes through hearing and hearing through the word of Christ. What does it mean that faith comes through hearing? What does it mean that they hear the word of Christ? … Continue reading The Word of Christ Collects and Builds

The Finality and Sufficiency of Scripture Part 1 of 2

Part 2 is here Reading through John Murray and his collected writings I have come across an interesting chapter in volume 1, “The Finality and Sufficiency of Scripture”. I found it a helpful reminder for us in a time when such a position may seem out-dated or irrelevant. We are at a pivotal point in … Continue reading The Finality and Sufficiency of Scripture Part 1 of 2

Why C.S. Lewis Was Not Roman Catholic

In (The Collected Letters of C.S. Lewis, Volume II, pp. 645-647) Lewis was asked: "I would not dare ask you to write to me what you consider to be the arguments which throw the decision to the Anglican and against the Roman Catholic Church. But I do dare ask you if you would do me the … Continue reading Why C.S. Lewis Was Not Roman Catholic