Tag Archives: The Bible

The Importance of the New Testament in Modern Ministry

GIVING LOGICAL PRIORITY TO THE NEW TESTAMENT Tom Wells writes: “The large amount of baggage (presuppositions) that any of us bring to the Scriptures depends in a large measure on which part of Scripture we, subconsciously no doubt, read first, … Continue reading

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Avril Lavigne and the Erosion of Biblical Values in America

Avril Lavigne put out a song not long ago entitled “What the Hell?” Its title quickly steals your attention.  Here’s the chorus: All my life I’ve been good, but now, Oh, I’m thinkin’ what the hell? All I want is … Continue reading

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What Happened? The Mainline’s Movement Away From the Historic Christian Faith

How do we explain the theological shift in the mainline?  How do we explain the movement of major conservative universities, seminaries and churches away from a conservative view of Scripture that believes it to be the inerrant and infallible[1] word … Continue reading

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One Reason Why Preaching from the Bible is An Indispensable Piece of Fruitful Gospel Ministry

As I was working on something today a simple question presented itself to me: “Why is it that so many large, growing, churches in the Bible belt today (and other places) have a large number of faithful members who know … Continue reading

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Responding with Head and Heart

Craig Blomberg, in his book The Historical Reliability of the Gospels, speaks of the exploding suspicion towards the Bible in many academic circles around the globe: “Every year, countless university students around the world are taught that only a small … Continue reading

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Where Do We Find Jesus in the Old Testament?

I have copied a post from Desiring God’s “Images of Divine Things” and posted it below.  This particular post was written by Joe Rigney of Bethlehem Seminary.  It was very helpful for me and I think it has something wise … Continue reading

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