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BIBLICALLY In Light of Today’s Culture THINKING
What is the Basis of our Authority?
What This Course Is Not…
What This Course Is…
BFC – AOF 1
Authority What Right Do I have To Claim Scriptural Authority?
Recognition of a Body of Sacred Writings in the OT
Recognition of a Body of Sacred Writings by Jesus Christ Recognition of a Body of Sacred Writings by Jesus Christ
Recognition of a Body of Sacred Writings by the Apostles Recognition of a Body of Sacred Writings by the Apostles
Recognition of a Body of Sacred Writings by the Early Church
The Authority of Scripture Recognized in the OT
The Authority of Scripture Recognized in the NT
Jesus Christ Claims Scriptural Authority for His Own Words
Inspiration The Miraculous Act of the Holy Spirit
The Meaning of Inspiration Theopneustos: understood as the air that was physically expelled out of the lungs of God.
Purpose of Inspiration
Purpose of Scripture Why did God give us His Special Revelation?
To Know God
To Lead God’s People to Salvation
To Lead God’s People to Maturity Impart Knowledge Criticism and Censure Replace a mistake Cultivating the mind and actions of a disciple
Sufficiency of Scripture Is Scripture really Sufficient for faith and Life?
God’s Written Revelation is Sufficient
The NT Records the Completion and Fulfillment of the OT
Warnings against turning from, or adding to, the Apostolic Gospel
Descriptions of Scripture Point to its Sufficiency: Scripture is Good
Descriptions of Scripture Point to its Sufficiency: Scripture is Perfect
Descriptions of Scripture Point to its Sufficiency: Scripture is Eternal
So What? So what do we do with all this information?
God is our Authority and His Word is Our Guide
The Word of God. Sacred Scripture Another name for the Bible.
How the Bible Came to Be The Bible Course Document # TX
Review 01 “The Bible”. A - In the Holy Scriptures, the Bible. 1.Where do we find the record of God at work in the world and speaking to mankind?
The Catholic Church and the Bible
Sacred Scripture: A Catholic Study of God’s Word Sharing Christ, the Unique Word of God Classifying and Arranging the New Testament Books How to.
SCRIPTURE A BACKGROUND.
How the Bible Came to Be Document # TX What Is an Oral Tradition? Are there any family stories that get told when your extended family is gathered?
Knowing God Reason and Revelation
DO NOW: READ THE QUOTE FROM HENRIK IBSEN ON PAGE 23 UNDER THE WORD PUZZLE. IN YOUR OWN WORDS, INTERPRET THE MEANING OF HIS WORDS. WHY ARE TRUTH AND FREEDOM.
How Do We Learn About Jesus? CHAPTER 1. Faith Sources Biblical Scholars – Those who concentrate on studying the Bible. Theologians – Those who study the.
How the Bible Came to Be The Bible Course, Unit 1 Document # TX
Chapter 3 – Bible Background. What is the Bible? The Bible is a collection of sacred books which Jews and Christians believe were written under God’s.
Why I am a Christian. The 3 questions: Where did I come from? Where did I come from? What am I doing here? What am I doing here? Where am I going? Where.
Matthew 7:24-27 Bible God Bible Person/Work of God the Father God.
Scripture Studies Quiz Review Chapter 01. Quiz Review The Magisterium keeps the Church free from error Tradition is a Source of Church teaching. A Canon.
Scripture and Tradition As in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Article 2, Points
‘The Bible is all we need’ All scripture is breathed out by God and is profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness.
1 Corinthians “Church Purity in a Polluted Culture” Part 20: Tools for Building the Church 1 Corinthians 14: Corinthians “Church Purity in a Polluted.
The Church in the Early Christian Centuries
Inspiration, Revelation and the Scriptures 2 Tim. 3:15-17.
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