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The inspiration of the Bible

What is meant by the 'inspiration' of the Bible? First an attempt at a definition of the term, and then discussion of the following: 2 the method of inspiration 3 the extent of inspiration 4 the blending of human and divine 5 the sufficiency of the Scriptures 6 the interpretation of the Scriptures 1. Definition [...]

Jesus and social questions

Two opposing views have been held regarding Jesus' attitude to social questions: 1) Jesus did not concern Himself with social questions, as He was only interested in the spiritual life of man. This view has resulted in Christians separating their religion from their social duties. 2) Jesus was primarily a social reformer, as He taught [...]

The Prophecies of Daniel

Introduction Daniel's prophecies have been described as "in many respects ... the most comprehensive and consecutive of world history from his day to the second coming of Christ."[1] As such then, his prophecies serve as a key to unlock the mysteries of New Testament prophecy. The book of Daniel describes "the times of the Gentiles"[2] [...]

The Resurrection of Christ

Introduction The truth or falsehood of the Christian religion depends upon the resurrection, which is either the greatest miracle or the greatest delusion recorded by history. Even the Bible asserts that "if Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile."[1] Therefore throughout the centuries, the resurrection has been the storm centre of the attack [...]

Five archeological sites in the Holy Land

Introduction The deciphering of the Rosetta Stone and the Behistun Inscription gave us an understanding of the ancient written languages of Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, and Persia. Official records and diplomatic correspondence were found inscribed in Babylonian cuneiform (or Akkadian) on clay tablets at Tell el Amarna. They deal with the reigns of Amenhotep III and [...]