Historicity of the NT The gospels and epistles are a historically reliable record of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection.
A Case for Verbal Plenary Inspiration Our view of inspiration is called Verbal Plenary Inspiration (hereafter VPI). A generally accepted definition for VPI is this: God so moved the human authors of scripture that the resulting product was the Word of God written, totally without error in all that it affirms in the original autographs.
The Inerrancy of Scripture Is the Bible truthful in all of its affirmations–even in areas of science, geography, and archaeology? Or is it simply truthful in categories of faith and morals? This is the subject of inerrancy which is disputed among Bible believers today. This article explains defends the doctrine of inerrancy and responds to common objections to this important doctrine as well.
The Old Testament Canon How do we know which books truly belong in the Old Testament? What about the Apocrypha—should this belong in our Bible?
The New Testament Canon How do we know which books belong in the New Testament? Why don’t Christians view the gospel of Thomas as divinely inspired?
The King James Only Version? Is the King James Version (KJV) the only version that Christians should read today? Many Christians claim that it is, and it casts doubt on other believers who use more modern translations.
Hermeneutics Hermeneutics is the art and science of interpretation. This subject is important to theology because it is logically prior to any theological study. Without a basis for accurate interpretation, the rest of theology will be flawed. While we have already made a case for the inspiration of Scripture, what use is there in an inspired Bible, if we cannot get an objective meaning out of it? While modernists largely attacked the inspiration of Scripture, postmodernists attack the interpretation of it. Thus we should build a case for the project of hermeneutics.