Archive for the ‘Doctrine of Revelation’ Category

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In this session of our study we began to look at the question, “How is it that the 66 books of our Bible came to be the authoritative standard for Christianity?” Particularly we looked at the Old Testament, the Jewish Scripture, how they came to be considered the Word of God, and why we as Christians accept them.

 

There are some challenges offered or difficult passages that seem to indicate that the Bible does have errors. Obviously, a Bible with errors cannot be inerrant. How do we answer these challenges? Is the Bible inerrant, or is there something to these challenges and difficulties?

 

In the fifth session in our study about God’s revelation/communication with mankind, we take a look at the idea that The Bible is without error. What does it mean to be “inerrant”? Why do we believe this? What are some difficulties we encounter regarding this doctrine?

 

This is the audio from the Wednesday evening study at Liberty Hill Baptist Church covering the Doctrine of Revelation. Not to be confused with the Book of Revelation (covering end times events), the Doctrine of Revelation looks at the nature of God’s communication to mankind.

In this fourth  session we took a look at how The Bible can be described as “being from God” when it was obviously written by human authors, clearly displaying their personalities, styles, and backgrounds.

This is the audio from the Wednesday evening study at Liberty Hill Baptist Church covering the Doctrine of Revelation. Not to be confused with the Book of Revelation (covering end times events), the Doctrine of Revelation looks at the nature of God’s communication to mankind.

In this third  session we wrapped up our discussion on Natural Theology and began a look at the means of Special Revelation, including the doctrine of Divine Inspiration.