Does the Bible Claim to Be the Word of God?
Question 1 What Does the Bible Have To Say About Its Own Authority?
Question 2 In What Sense is The Bible The “Inspired” Word Of God?
Question 3 What Is Meant by the “Verbal Plenary Inspiration” Of Scripture?
Question 4 To What Extent Is the Bible Authoritative?
Question 5 When Paul Said All Scripture Is “God-Breathed” Was He Also Referring To The New Testament? (2 Timothy 3:16)
Question 6 Don’t Some Translations Of 2 Timothy 3:16 Seem To Limit The Bible’s Authority?
Question 7 How Did The Process Of Divine Inspiration Occur? (How Did The Eternal God Speak Through Human Beings)
Question 8 What Are The Parallels Between The Writing Of Scripture And The Coming Of Jesus Christ?
Question 9 Is There A Difference Between Revelation And Divine Inspiration?
Question 10 What’s The Difference Between Divine Inspiration And Illumination?
Question 11 Can Revelation, Divine Inspiration, And Illumination Act Together?
Question 12 Is Every Statement Of The Bible True?
Question 13 Are Some Parts Of The Bible More Authoritative Than Others?
Question 14 What About All The Trivial Issues Which The Bible Covers?
Question 15 What About The Morally Repugnant Stories That Are Recorded In The Bible?
Question 16 Did The Biblical Writers Always Understand They Were Recording The Word Of God?
Question 17 What Was Jesus’ View Of The Old Testament?
Question 18 How Did The New Testament Writers, Apart From The Four Gospels, View The Old Testament?
Question 19 How Did Jesus View His Own Teaching?
Question 20 What Was Jesus’ View Of The New Testament?
Question 21 Why Are The Writings Of The Apostle Paul Considered To Be Divinely Inspired?
Question 22 Were Some Of The Biblical Books Actually Written By A Scribe Rather Than By The Named Author? (An Amanuensis)
Question 23 Should The Written Scripture Be Our Source Of Authority?
Appendix: Proof That The Bible Is God’s Word: Ancient Prophecies Fulfilled Against All Odds