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Why Are There Four Gospels?

The following is taken from the FAQs answered by Don Stewart, available at the BLB.

Each Gospel Was Written For A Distinct Purpose

It is important that we understand these sources and what they are trying to accomplish. The Gospels are neither biographies of the life of Christ nor are they a disinterested […]

How Does Someone Today Blaspheme the Holy Spirit?

The following has been adapted from Don Stewart’s FAQs, a Q&A resource with thousands of entries available at the BLB.

“Therefore I say to you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven men. Anyone who speaks a word against the […]

Bible Difficulties: Should We Discuss Them?

The following has been adapted from Don Stewart’s FAQs, available at the BLB.


That there are difficulties in the Bible—parts that seem hard to believe or seemingly contradict other parts—is a fact. How then, should the reader, in general, deal with the subject of Bible difficulties?

1. Not Afraid Of The Truth […]

Jesus on the Work of the Spirit

The following has been adapted from Don Stewart’s FAQs, available at the BLB.


The Holy Spirit works in ways beyond our understanding. Jesus compared the Spirit to the wind:

The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from and where it goes. […]

Does Inerrancy Cause Worship of the Bible? (Bibliolatry)

The following is taken from the BLB FAQs.

Some have objected to the doctrine of inerrancy because it supposedly makes people worship the Bible rather than the God who is behind the writing of the Bible. This worship of the Bible is known as “bibliolatry.”

Do Christians Worship An Inerrant Bible?

The idea is […]

Why Don't the New Testament Writers Quote the OT Word for Word?

If the Scriptures teach inerrancy, why didn’t the New Testament writers cite the Old Testament writers word for word? The lack of verbal exactness in citing the Old Testament has caused some to deny the biblical teaching of inerrancy.

This objection does not carry much weight for a number of reasons. They include the […]

Did the Biblical Writers Always Understand They Were Recording the Word of God?

Have you ever wondered if the writers of the Bible always knew they were writing the very words of Scripture?

As we look at the various ways in which divine inspiration occurred we will find that the writers did not always know that they were recording Holy Scripture.

The Bible emphasizes that God gave […]

What Is the Doctrine of the Trinity?

One of the most important doctrines of the Christian faith is that of the Trinity. From Scripture we learn that God, by nature is a Triune Being or Trinity. The subject of the Trinity is holy ground because it discusses the nature of the one, true, God. Consequently, we should approach the subject with […]

Has Modern Science Refuted an Inerrant Bible?

There have been a few articles in the news recently about the misdating of human fossils. Scientific discoveries have often challenged the inerrancy of the Bible and its claims, whether it be creation, the life of Jesus, or His resurrection. Many of these claims have been later refuted, while others are just outright irrelevant. […]

Jesus and the Inerrancy of Scripture

When we examine the way Jesus viewed Scripture we can see that He trusted it totally, believing it to be inerrant—without error.

1. All Scripture Was Divinely Inspired

Jesus believed that Scripture, in its entirety, is God-breathed. When confronted with the temptation of the devil He said:

“It is written: ‘One does […]