Last week in part 1 of our series on the Bible, we heard some sound bites from a sermon by pastor Alistair Begg, addressing important questions about the Bible, such as:

  • How exactly is the Bible the “inspired of God”?
  • Does the Bible have the central place in our lives and church?
  • What is the structure of the Bible and its main theme?
  • Why is the Bible different and better than Christian books?

This week in part 2, we are going to hear more sound bites from the messages by Alistair Begg and discuss where the rubber meets the road with Scripture—how to accurately interpret it.

In other words, discovering what God intended to communicate as He guided those who wrote the various books of the Bible. It’s not “what the Bible means to me” but rather “what God means in the Bible”.

Scripture commands us to “accurately handle the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:15). If we and the church mishandle Scripture, God is misrepresented and humans are misled. What could be more serious than that?

So please join us this weekend on The Christian Worldview as we discuss interpreting the Bible, including the message of Christmas with Christ coming into our world.

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