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By Norman L. Geisler

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Part one: suggestion of the Bible

Part : Canonization of the Bible

Part 3: Transmission of the Bible

Part 4: Translation of the Bible

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In summary, Jesus and the New Testament writers referred to the complete Hebrew canon of their day, including the Law and Prophets (or, the Law, Prophets, and Psalms), as inspired, unbreakable, authoritative in disputes, prophetic of Christ, given by the Holy Spirit through the prophets, and, in effect, the very Word of God. “IT IS WRITTEN” Other captions closely allied to the word for Scriptures (graphē) are forms of the verb “to write” (graphō) and “it is written” (gegraptai). ” (Mark 9:12). Other examples of this usage would include, “For the Son of Man is to go, as it is written of Him” (Mark 14:21); “All things which are written through the prophets about the Son of Man will be acomplished” (Luke 18:31); and other statements such as those in Luke 21:22; 24:44; John 1:45.

4:8)? So if the Bible does not speak truthfully about the physical world, it cannot be trusted when it speaks about the spiritual world. The two are intimately related. Inspiration includes everything the Bible touches Not only does inspiration include all the Bible explicitly teaches but it also includes everything the Bible touches. For instance, probably nowhere is the central idea of a biblical passage to teach explicitly about angels or demons. They are virtually always brought in incidentally.

3:17; cf. Rom. 15:4). Several New Testament passages may be cited (italics added) to illustrate this point. ” 1. ” The question implied that they were ignorant of their own sacred authority, the Old Testament. 2. ” 3. ” 4. 44). 27). 5. ” 6. In John 5:39 Jesus says of the Jews: “You search the Scriptures . . ” 7. Several times in the gospel of John the word Scripture (singular) is used without citing a specific passage from the Old Testament, for example, “As the Scripture said” (John 7:38; cf.

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