By Kally Pastors and elders always tell us that all the words in the Bible are God’s words and that the Bible is given by inspiration of God. As the Bible says, “All scripture is given by inspiration of God”...
Are all the words in the Bible inspired by God? Read this article to find out the history of the Bible and you’ll distinguish between God’s word and man’s word.
Are there God’s words outside the Bible? After a discussion, we have a new understanding.
A heated debate tells you whether believing in the Lord means to believe in the Bible and the relationship between the Bible and God.
The Bible is a record of God’s work in the past. It is not entirely God’s words but contains man’s words. The author of the Bible is men, not God. So we should treat it correctly and should not treat it as if it were God.
Is the Bible really inspired by the Holy Spirit? Then why are there errors in the Bible? I finally find the truth after studying the Bible.
I always thought outside the Bible there were no God’s work and word. Until I listened to the fellowship in a movie did I understand that God’s word is not limited in the Bible.
I only knew man shouldn’t add to or take away from the Bible, but I didn’t know what adding or taking away is. A fellowship made me understand this crucial truth.
Many of us think since we believe in God, we cannot leave the Bible, or it is betraying God. However, does believing in the Bible equal believing in God?
I once thought that believing in God is believing in the Bible, we can’t believe in God without the Bible. A fortuitous meeting helped me realize my thought was wrong.