Category Inerrancy

Can Christians Lie?

Now, that title might seem a little cute. Of course, Christians are capable of lying, that is, they have the ability to lie. However, this is what I am getting at: is lying permitted by Christian ethics? Let me back up a couple steps. The other day I pressed the “scan” button on my car […]

Not My Jesus!

I preached on Sunday and I was drawing a parallel between the time of the Judges and the church in post-Christian America. I made the comment that America at large is hostile to the Word of God, and for an experiment I offered this suggestion: Go home and put Leviticus 18:22 on Face Book and […]

What Is Scripture?

When thinking about the Bible we often think of it as merely a book. It has pages, sometimes they are gilded, it has a binding either glued or sewed, it has a front cover and a back cover, a table of contents, and usually a small concordance in the back, page numbers, titles, paragraph breaks […]

The Need For A Sovereign God

I have been pondering the implications of God’s sovereignty, or the loss of it, rather. It is a rather unpopular notion that God is in control of all things, and by all things, I mean all of them. God sustains every particle of existence by His will; He is in control of the events of […]

Everyone Should Watch This

This video is just shy of 26 minutes, so make sure you can set aside some time. It is a very important interview, because these two men introduce viewers to an accurate way to read Scripture while dispelling common misconceptions about the Bible. For example, John 3:16, the most popular verse in the Bible, is very […]

Some Thoughts On Finding a Church

I have been thinking about what a church ought to look like, and there has been much ink spilled on this topic, so I intend only to make some general remarks. At the end of this blog you will find some recommended books. First, a church must promote and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. […]

What Is Most Important? Part 5

This is the final installment in a series about the importance of the Bible. You can read the other posts here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4. As I said in Part 1, this final post will reflect how our lives, as students of the Word of God, should be impacted by the […]