Introduction The Bible is the Word of God. It is God’s message for all of humanity. The Bible is divine revelation, breathed by God, written by men, and is applicable for all of humanity. In today’s world, there is controversy over if the inerrancy of the Bible and inspiration of the writers; however, there is little controversy over the simple fact of the New Testament, as a whole, itself. The Bible is not one long book, but rather, the Bible is a book consisting of various letters and manuscripts from throughout the history of mankind.
Who is the author of this most famous book? Isaiah 66:5 tells us who inspired the writing of this book: “The word of Jehovah, put down in writing.” The benefits to reading The Bible are endless, and I believe it should be available to the entire population. The bible is very accurate, and is in harmony with science, and its own teachings. . Some points we know, to help us understand the Bible’s Divine Inspiration, is the correlation between the scriptures, and accuracy scientifically speaking, and the fact that even High Profile Scientists agree with the bible teachings.
By [the term] “divine inspiration” of the Bible we mean that the Holy Spirit breathed into or guided God’s chosen servants who then made known the truth they received” (The Doctrine We Adorn 6). This is how the Bible was constructed God inspiring and man writing it out. The scriptures of the Old and New testaments complement each other throughout the Bible. The teachings are never inconsistent from the beginning of the Bible to the end, God is constantly showing His true character which is that of a loving and redemptive Creator of all. The book Gleanings From Scriptures says, “The divine law is set before us… if all men are sinners it is important that they be made aware of that fact- by setting before them a perfect standard that they may see how far short they come of it” (Pink 339).
This book does not... ... middle of paper ... ...iring. It gives us great insight into the minds and hearts of the writers and it gives us a glimpse at the omniscience of God and His love for mankind. There were many times when reading this book that I receive divine revelation and enlightenment to better understand what God was trying to say through a specific passage or literary section. I truly believe that by reading this book I am better able to divide the word of God and teach it in a way that is accurate and true to the original intent of the Holy Spirit and the authors. I believe that this book communicates the deep love God has for mankind that He would give us His Word, and in His Word reveal the depth and fullness of His love for us.
“Athanasius regarded as divinely inspired. Most importantly, the Bible contained the words of Christ. Accordingly, the Bible is sufficient for the exposition of the truth, about both the things of philosophy and the things of God and so it demands our obedience.” In Athanasius' writings there is the influence of Platonism in his thought, though Athanasius himself does not hold to be a Platonist. We can see his Platonist influenced education w... ... middle of paper ... ...Real Athanasius Please Stand Up." Journal Of The Evangelical Theological Society 19, no.
These stories of the works of Jesus written by Matthew tell of a marvelous man, who was God present among everyone on earth. He spoke and acted with wisdom, and his ministry proved that God’s love surpasses everything. Whoever was unfamiliar with Jesus would have an excellent understanding of his life and purpose after reading the gospel of Matthew. The message of the kingdom of God will live on forever through the life of Jesus. Bibliography Bible - New James Version
And if we believe in a just, righteous, omnipotent God, we must believe and give heed to His words. We believe that the Bible is supernaturally inspired. This means that God used men to pen His Words. We believe that those Words were translated perfectly into the KJV Bible we now hold in our hands. Because of its perfectness, it is the ONLY Bible in the English speaking language to correctly provide the words of God.
Some translations give samples that could be explained as “ex-spired” or "breathed out", therefore, the expression “God-Breathed.” Looking through the Biblical sense of inspiration the firstly comes the idea that writers created exactly the things need to be written for God. This idea is supported in Peter 1: 20-21, where it is clearly stated that "no prophecy of Scripture is a matter of one's own interpretation... ... middle of paper ... ...e unfolds, the belief in the theories presented becomes easy to understand in that the Word of God is real and infallible. It is truth and has authority for God breathed and inspired people to write. This prophesies happened in due time and the wisdom presented became guidelines to live in happiness and peace, notwithstanding, grace and eternal life. The bible instructs us to be faithful to His Great commission and to live our life in a way that pleases Him.