God can be known. When He speaks, we learn specifically who He is and what He’s like. His character, nature, and divine will are seen across the pages of Scripture. But why would God speak to us in the first place?
The Bible is utterly unique from other ancient books. Despite being an anthology covering a broad span of history and a multitude of human authors, the Bible proves to be more than just a historical document. But how do we know it is the Word of God?
Over the years, many skeptics have claimed that the ancient manuscripts of the Bible are full of errors. They say that there is no way of knowing what the Bible originally said and that Christians are foolish to continue to insist that the words of Scripture should be trusted. How can we confirm ...
Jesus is the central figure of Christianity and the pinnacle of God’s revelation. When He speaks, His words have the very authority of God the Father. But Jesus never diminished the Scripture that came before him. How do we understand God’s revelation in light of Christ’s fulfillment?