Teaching God's eternal Word in Boonville California

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Expository Teaching: What is it? pt3

Click here to read pt 1. Click here to read pt 2. The following is part 3 from the chapter Expository Teaching in A Pastor’s Manual on Doing Church – pp78-79   Expository Teaching – What It Is ehemiah makes clear for us the work of expository teaching. The people of Israel had been providentially […] Read

How do I know the Bible is the Word of God?

Evangelical Christianity is grounded in the Protestant view of Scriptures. In particular that the Scriptures are uniquely the Word of God, having been inspired of the Holy Spirit in the original autographs. Christian doctrine and practice are grounded in this fundamental presupposition. Included in inspiration is the idea that God has adequately, accurately and understandably […] Read

The Necessity and Power of Expository Teaching, pt. 2

ARTICLE XXV – Chicago Statement on Biblical Hermeneutics – 1978 We affirm that the only type of preaching which sufficiently conveys the divine revelation and its proper application to life is that which faithfully expounds the text of Scripture as the Word of God. We deny that the preacher has any message from God apart […] Read

The Necessity and Power of Expository Teaching pt. 1

Editors note: This is the first in a multi-part series on the necessity and power of expository teaching, particularly but not exclusively focused on pulpit ministry. The text of the series is from one of the Editor’s contributions to the book, the article Expository Teaching pp76-80, A Pastor’s Manual on Doing Church, 2002, 21st Century […] Read

Wringing the scrawny neck of a verse

ome of us make a habit of grabbing a verse, giving it a good shake, and squeezing its scrawny neck until, in desperation, it gasps out what we want it to say. It has been well said that, “A verse without a context is merely a pretext.” There is a verse that is so ingrained […] Read

Serving Pablum in our Pulpits

“nd to the angel of the church in Laodicea write: The Amen, the faithful and true Witness, the Beginning of the creation of God, says this:  ‘I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot; I would that you were cold or hot. ‘So because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, […] Read

“God is bigger than his Word…”

I’ve noticed a troubling twist in a few conversations with believers, and it shows up when one tries to engage these particular folks with the certainty of the nature of God from the Scriptures. They balk at the idea of Scriptural boundaries and doctrinal precision about what the Triune God is and is not. Further […] Read

Silly Putty Bible Study

Many treat the Bible like putty. A classic indicator that this is happening in your Bible study is when the question is asked, "What does this passage mean to you?" Just add the Spirit, and it can be molded into almost anything at all. In this article, Greg Koukl highlights a non-Christian abuse of the Scriptures routinely done by many Christians.

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Showing by category: Bibliology

Expository Teaching: What is it? pt3

Click here to read pt 1. Click here to read pt 2. The following is part 3 from the chapter Expositor[more]

How do I know the Bible is the Word of God?

Evangelical Christianity is grounded in the Protestant view of Scriptures. In particular that the Sc[more]

The Necessity and Power of Expository Teaching, pt. 2

ARTICLE XXV – Chicago Statement on Biblical Hermeneutics – 1978 We affirm that the only [more]

The Necessity and Power of Expository Teaching pt. 1

Editors note: This is the first in a multi-part series on the necessity and power of expository teac[more]

Wringing the scrawny neck of a verse

ome of us make a habit of grabbing a verse, giving it a good shake, and squeezing its scrawny neck u[more]

Serving Pablum in our Pulpits

“nd to the angel of the church in Laodicea write: The Amen, the faithful and true Witness, the[more]

“God is bigger than his Word…”

I’ve noticed a troubling twist in a few conversations with believers, and it shows up when one[more]

Silly Putty Bible Study

Many treat the Bible like putty. A classic indicator that this is happening in your Bible study is [more]

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