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who is the source of truth?
who is the agent of truth?
who is the recipient of truth?
father,
holy spirit,
man
oWas the book apostolic in origin?
oWas the book used and recognized by the churches?
oDid the book teach sound doctrine?
what is the criterion for the canon?
What is natural revelation?

What is Special revelation?
nature, conscience, history

Scripture, visions, dreams, audible speaking.
How is sin related to out acceptance of the scripture?

as fallen humans, we all struggle with, addiction to _____ and _________
sin; selfishness
6 ways in which we know that the books of the bible qre the word of God.
1) Their self claims
2) Indestructibility
3)fulfilled prophecy
4) Scientific and historical accuracy
5) Influence for goodness and justice
6) Their content
Logical line of reasoning......
- 1) Scripture is reliable as a history record.
2) Jesus’ claims to divinity and claims about his resurrection are found in the Scriptures.
3) Interact on whether these claims are true: We must prove that scripture deserves such special treatment, and we must do this w/o presupposing it. Otherwise, we argue in a circle. When we can give reasonable historical evidence for Jesus’ divinity and resurrection we can demonstrate the unique nature of the word of God.
A man would not write about:
1)the origin, fact of effect of human sin
2)the person of God, His oneness
3)the plan of salvation by grace not works
4)the high ethical standard.
A man could not write about:
1)the creation account
2)Predictive prophecy that comes to pass
3)The scope of content from eternity past to eternity future
4)The unity of content or the harmony of themes among so many authors.
What does the Bibliographic test determine?
whether what we have now is what was originally copied.
what does the internal evidence test have to do with?
the trustworthiness of the men who wrote the NT.
what does the external test have to do with?
with recognition by various contemporary historians and the latest findings of archaeology, The sources substantiate is accuracy, reliability, and authenticity.
what is scriptures best commentary?
scripture
who respected and qouted scripture?
jesus
o The opponents of the new Christian message could have disputed the truthful nature of the gospel accounts of Jesus. But they were not disputed, because the circumstances regarding Jesus miraculous life, death Resurrection were well known by believers and non-believers. They did not take place in a corner. Acts 2:22 and 26:24-28.
o The opponents of the new Christian message could have disputed the truthful nature of the gospel accounts of Jesus. But they were not disputed, because the circumstances regarding Jesus miraculous life, death Resurrection were well known by believers and non-believers. They did not take place in a corner. Acts 2:22 and 26:24-28.
-We don’t have the original writings of the Bible in its entirety.
-Copies of ancient manuscripts have integrity only to the degree that they match the originals.