Bibliology Reflection

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One individual commented on a website called gracethrufaith.com, by Jack Kelly, saying, “Can you explain what pre-tribulation, pre-millennial, OSAS, and literal reading is and why I should care? I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God – He is my Lord and Savior – the only way to salvation (John 14:6).” Sure it is the primary concern of the Christian faith to believe Jesus is the Son of God, but it is also important to know the facts about the Bible so that you can be better prepared to defend your faith should you find yourself stuck between a rock and a hard place. This includes knowing certain key points about the Bible, by studying Bibliology. The study of Bibliology includes Revelation, Inspiration, Inerrancy (Infallibility), Authority, and Canon. It is important because God is important and He is revealed throughout the whole Bible. By studying the Bible, we can better understand God and have a better relationship with Him.
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God is the highest being, the most powerful and all knowing. I believe He is inerrant and His Word is infallible. Titus 1:2 states that God cannot lie, He simply cannot. Some objections to inerrancy are: it is not taught in the Bible and that it is based on non-existent originals. To say that it is not taught in the Bible is like saying that the Trinity is not taught in the Bible. Just like the Trinity it is suggested. The Bible is God’s word in itself, and since God cannot lie, then the whole Bible, every word, is truth. This allows us to trust it and believe it wholeheartedly. Inerrancy is important because it makes the Bible our subjective standard of truth. It is the keystone of Biblical authority. (Cottrell) Many believe that only the original manuscripts were inerrant. It is true we don’t have the original manuscripts but we do have accurate copies, and these copies are just as much inerrant as the

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