CRSA Bibliology: Session 7 – The Bible: Sufficient and Final

Phillip Blosser who was a graduate of MA in religious studies at Westminster Theological Seminary and was converted to Roman Catholicism writes, The early Church taught that the Scriptures are not materially sufficient; that is, not all of God’s revelation to the Church is contained in Scripture, but there are extrabiblical doctrines and traditions handedContinue reading “CRSA Bibliology: Session 7 – The Bible: Sufficient and Final”

CRSA Bibliology: Session 6 – The Authority of the Bible

Unless I am convicted by Scripture and plain reason (I do not accept the authority of popes and councils because they have contradicted each other), my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and will not recant anything, for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe… Here I stand, IContinue reading “CRSA Bibliology: Session 6 – The Authority of the Bible”

CRSA Bibliology: Session 3 – The Scripture’s Self-Witness

In this lesson, we’ll look at the Scripture’s Self-Witness. As Christians, our Bold Claim is this: The Bible is without error. This is the inerrancy of the Scriptures. Since it is without error, it cannot also err in all of its assertions and what it teaches, hence, it is infallible. It is the Word ofContinue reading “CRSA Bibliology: Session 3 – The Scripture’s Self-Witness”

CRSA Bibliology: Session 2 – General and Special Revelation

This session is an introduction on General and Special Revelation Let us start by saying that Christianity is not based on speculative philosophy; it is a revealed faith. The basic claim of the Christian faith is that the truth we embrace comes to us from God Himself. The Christians have only one infallible Textbook. But what isContinue reading “CRSA Bibliology: Session 2 – General and Special Revelation”

CRSA Bibliology: Introduction

One of the most important doctrines of the Christian Faith is the doctrine of the Scripture. In theology, it is called Bibliology. The Covenant Reformed Seminary of Asia is blessed by God to start new module on this topic. Bibliology comes from two Greek words Biblos (βίβλος) and logos (λόγος) which means ‘relating to aContinue reading “CRSA Bibliology: Introduction”