Monthly Archives: August 2015

Bibliology and Hermeneutics #8 – Inerrancy

Do the Scriptures contain errors? If so, can they still be said to be inspired? How do we harmonize the difficult portions of Scripture that seem to disagree? This session will familiarize the student with the often misunderstood and abused … Continue reading

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Bibliology and Hermeneutics #7 – Proving Inspiration

How can we know that the Scriptures alone are inspired? What about other religions? Don’t they have books that claim to be inspired? Is there any way to verify that God wrote the Bible? Important questions that most Christians are … Continue reading

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Bibliology and Hermeneutics #6 – Inspiration of Scripture

What is inspiration? Did God inspire the mind of the author, or the text of Scripture, or both? How does one’s view of inspiration effect his or her interpretation? Upon completion of this session, the student should have come to … Continue reading

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