Is Scripture adequate?..

The question “Is Scripture adequate?” is much like the question “Is Christ adequate?” The answer depends entirely upon what one expects either to do. Each one does something specific for us; neither does everything. In one sense, God wasn’t even adequate for Adam in the garden. Though Adam was walking in unfallen fellowship with the Father, God still said, “It is not good for the man to be alone; I will make him a helper suitable for him” (Genesis 2:18). Continue reading

The Bible is “true truth”…

The late Dr. Francis Schaeffer pointed out the Bible is “true truth,” but not exhaustive truth. It’s completely true about everything to which it speaks, but it doesn’t speak about everything there is to know. Much more can be discovered.

Greg Koukl, from “Is the Bible Sufficient?”—Solid Ground, May-June, 2007, p. 3

Knowledge God wants us to discover …

A Christianity that does not teach the Bible, points the way nowhere but to New Age groping, ambiguity and relativism. However, a Christianity that only teaches the Bible is blind to all the other knowledge God wants us to discover and value.

Ralph Winter, quoted by J. M. Njoroge in “Apologetics: Why Your Church Needs It,” in Just Thinking the triannual communique of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, Vol. 18.3, p. 18