• What would you say to a Christian who rejects the inerrancy of Scripture? Question and Answer

    I think there are lots of people who are Christians who don’t believe in the inerrancy of Scripture. I think they should. I think they’ve been misinformed. They may retain the essence of the Christian faith, but they don’t have the bene esse, or the well-being, of the Christian church. There is a serious shortfall in the lives of those who fail to come to grips with the absolute authority of the Word of God. When you negotiate inerrancy, you set yourself at sea and are subject to the winds of every doctrine, being blown to and fro. Inerrancy is … View Resource

  • What are some good arguments for the Apostle Paul’s authority? Question and Answer

    Paul makes arguments for his authority in 1 and 2 Corinthians. This is exactly what Paul was dealing with in his own day. His Apostolic authority was challenged. We don’t have to come to the twenty-first century; we can stick in the forties and fifties. What you find is Paul saying: “You’re right. I’m not the guy, and this is not because of me, but it is because of my Apostolic position. I speak for God, and that’s why you have to follow this.” If you get into 1 and 2 Corinthians, you’re going to see what Paul appeals to—he … View Resource