Answer: Bibliology is the study of the Bible, the Word of God. The Bible is the inspired source of knowledge about God, Jesus Christ, salvation, and eternity. BIBLIOLOGY – THE DOCTRINE OF THE BIBLE. The Lord has given us His Word in order for us to know with certainty what life with Him is in reality. And with our. DOCTRINAL STATEMENT. I. Bibliology- The Doctrine of the Bible. A. I believe that the Bible is a reflection of God’s Character. Since He is perfect, His Word is.
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How does Jehovah regard His Word? Share the Scriptures you have. The writers were directed in the use of words, yet their own personalities and choice of words were used.
BIBLIOLOGY – THE DOCTRINE OF THE BIBLE – Kingsway Bible School
We do not accept the apocryphal books as canonical Matthew 5: This, of course, would be a subjective judgment, but it nonetheless had to involve the universal agreement in the body of those considered worthy of making such a judgment. Why do Protestant and Evangelical churches reject the Apocryphal and Deuterocanonical books?
Any person through whom the Spirit of God might speak. Psalm 29 is an example.
So also is Scripture, from its humble origins, is without flaw or error, fully of God, and fully of man, mirroring the divine union of God and man in the incarnate Word of God. The final concept of inspiration, and one that is held by most evangelicals today is called plenary verbal. The Dispensation Of Promise ii.
Luke was a physician and would be considered an intelligent man. The Dispensation Of The Church ii. The problem with this theory is that there is no truth communicated beyond the understanding of the human instruments who are doing the writing.
The Dispensation Of Innocence ii. Although there were 44 authors who wrote 66 books on at least 50 different subjects, and although these men were scholars, shepherds, kings, fishermen, medical doctors, tax collectors, teachers and statesmen, and although few of these men knew each other, there is perfect agreement.
Paul analyzed the Old Testament according to his disciplined training as a Pharisee, crafting carefully reasoned theological arguments Romans 4: He simply does not do that. Testimony involves the witness of the Jewish and early Christian church, as well as the later Christian church. See 2 Timothy 3: That God does and did use men who were bright is readily evident. Let the truth of Scripture grip you and govern you.
You will learn the criteria used to select books for the canon of Scripture. Those who were considered spokesmen by the early church, persons who truly knew God.
We would be left with only human reason, science, and the speculations of men which are not enough to bring us to God, We would have no knowledge of the sacrifice of His Son.
The first concerns the educated and very bright. Large chunks of Scripture from the Old Testament, creation accounts, miraculous accounts in both the Old and New Testaments, the early history of mankind, etc. Mysticism – Bble Bible is incomplete. Jeremiah, Isaiah, Micah, Hosea and others. A medical journal about one hundred and fifty years old prescribed the following treatment for cataracts. But together, these become a bundle of unbreakable arguments that testify to the authenticity of Scripture and its authority in our lives.
Bibliology – A Study of the Doctrine of Scripture
Plenary verbal inspiration allows for statements in Scripture which are not true, such as John 7: It is said that Ben Franklin attended a meeting of literary giants in Paris where each person was to tell the greatest love story he had ever heard.
We acknowledge the limitations of human language, but do not believe boble limitations undermine the inerrancy of Scripture. Other types of inspiration are discussed and illustrated.
Neo-orthodoxy – This system of thinking puts Christ above the written word and says the Bible only becomes authoritative when it speaks to the individual. See also 1 Thessalonians 2: There is nothing to be added or taken away, Revelation