Bro Jobin John Mathew gives a brief sermon on the Canonicity of the Bible. It means• The word refers to a measuring instrument.• Rule of action (Gal:6:16; Phil:3:16).• It refers to the list of accepted books that makes up the Bible as a whole.• Talks about the books that went through various tests or rules and later considered as authoritative and canonical.He also gives information about the process of Canonicity, test for canonicity etc. He mentions about 2 counsels, The Council of Jamnia and The Council of Carthage. They are responsible for the old testament and the new testament respectively.
Bro Jobin John Mathew mentions about three important I’s in the Bible. They are:1. Inspiration2. Inerrancy3. Interpretation
Bro Jobin John Mathew mentions about three important I’s in the Bible. They are:1. Inspiration2. Inerrancy3. InterpretationThe Original Autograph is Inerrant. It means that the Bible has absolutely no errors/mistakes. The Bible says that it is Inerrant. The verses are given in the Passage of Reference. Jesus Christ also believed that the Bible is inerrant.
ro Jobin John Mathew mentions about three important I’s in the Bible. They are:1. Inspiration2. Innerancy3. InterpretationThe Bible is inspired by Holy Spirit. God is responsible for every word in the Bible. The Holy Spirit inspired the author to write the Original Manuscript.• God brought into being the very words composed in the Bible.• Through the work of the Holy Spirit, He put the words into the author’s mind.• He allowed the situation and circumstances of the author to compose the Holy Word.• Since God brought the Word to life, there is no error.
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Does the Word of God have authority over you? Posted here is the sermon delivered at Borivali Assembly on 30th April 2017. Passage of Reference: Mark 12:28….. We read in Mark 12:28 onwards about the …
Posted below is the sermon delivered by Br.Jobin John, Bangalore at Borivali Assembly on 23 October, 2011.
Br. Jobin John undertaking a journey through the New testament provides an easy way in remembering the 13 Pauline Epistles- the purpose for writing, the place of writing and the period of writing.