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If God is good, why is there evil? Is he not good? Is he not powerful enough to eradicate it? Or is he so good and so powerful that he ultimately brings good out of evil? The Bible shows us the answer. Read more »

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The Bible’s explanation of its development and preservation strikes a fatal blow to the claims of other religions. A religion is only as good as the prophet & revelation that begat it. By virtue of the Bible’s explanation of how revelation comes and is compiled, we know that other religions are based on false prophets and false revelation. Read more »

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Amos 8, Isaiah 8-9, Daniel 9, and Zechariah 13 all have their fulfillment in the 1st century and show that God is the one who sovereignly determines to withdraw revelation temporarily and, ultimately, permanently. Read more »

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The validity of Bible-based Christianity depends on the veracity of its canon. We can be sure that God’s Word—the Bible—has been transmitted to us in tact so that the Scriptures to which Jesus and the Apostles referred is the Bible we possess today. God promised to preserve it and he has. Read more »

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The religion of the Bible is the one true religion. Mormonism is a false religion because it diverges from key biblical doctrines. I wish Joseph Smith had read his Bible better, then he would have known that verbal innerrant revelation had ceased, there is one God in three persons, salvation is by grace alone, and we have direct access to God by our irreplaceable eternal High Priest: Jesus Christ. Clinging to these truths it is easy to distinguish between genuine religion that brings life and the impostor that leads to death. Read more »

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God himself breathed out the Scriptures, Jesus regarded them as ultimately authoritative, and New Testament writers equated the Scriptures with God’s words. Thus it is proper for us to say that the Scriptures are God’s Word. Read more »

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We desperately need God’s words and those words are inspiredly, authoritatively, sufficiently, clearly, and finally recorded in the Bible. He has spoken to men in various ways and the fruit of this revelation is in the Bible. The Bible itself tells us when to expect revelation and when to know new revelation has ended. With the Bible as our guide we are equipped for everything: present justification, ongoing sanctification, and future glorification. We are also equipped to discern between the real words of life and false impostors who would lead us astray. I pray that God would open the eyes of your understanding to see the treasures of his written word; a word written so that you may believe and have eternal life (John 20.31). Read more »

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That the Bible is “inspired” means far more than that it is “inspiring” (i.e. giving us insights and encouragement). God has breathed out his revelation and as such Jesus Christ and New Testament writers knew it was God’s Word. We have clear witness so that we will believe the same. Read more »

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terms, not on ours. This is in itself evidence of God’s mercy; he didn’t have to condescend to communicate with us yet he has. We, mere creatures, are made in his image and are able to commune with him! Extraordinary! God can communicate with us and he has communicated with us. If he hadn’t done so we would be groping around in the dark with no sure word from God. Thankfully he has given us his words whereby we can know how to glorify and enjoy him forever! Read more »

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During our recent book-table outreach there were a lot of interesting conversations. We are thankful for each and every opportunity to speak with people whether it was just a passing comment or a 30-minute intense dialog. To give you a taste of what it’s like, below are a few sample conversations. Read more »

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