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Monday, January 26, 2009


A person who believes in the verbal plenary inspiration of Scripture (that is, that the Bible is the word of God, that God used men as men use pens, making use of their lives, their emotions, etc., the entirety of their beings and personalities, to so record what He wanted that the result is actually Him speaking), the inerrancy and infallibility of Scripture in the original autographs (that is, that the Bible is not the words of mere men in any place, and that God made no mistakes of any kind in the inscripturating of what He had to say, and that it always accomplishes just what He wants accomplished), and the need for personal conversion to Christ, based upon Christ's work on the Cross, plus nothing. Solus Christus, Sola Gratia, Sola Fide, Sola Scriptura Supra Omne, Sola Deo Gloria. And I will add one more thing: an evangelical, for purposes of my blogging, believes that we can know, as surely as is appropriate to man to know anything, spiritual truth from the Bible.

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