Litke, S. – How We Got the Bible

How We Got the Bible
Study By: Sid Litke
2009

This 8 chapter work by Litke (Dallas Theological Seminary) presents us with a study on the origin of our Bible. His chapters are Introduction, revelation, inspiration, inerrancy, transmission, canoncity, translation, and a final chapter, Interpretation, Illumination, and Application.




Contents


A carpenter making his own tools
is an explanation of why I, Pastor-Missionary David Cox, write my own material. I like the idea of producing the material that we use in our ministry and also for evangelism.
Read the short article: A carpenter making his own tools.

1. Introduction to How We Got the Bible
2. Revelation
3. Inspiration
4. Inerrancy
5. Transmission
6. Canonicity
7. Translations
8. Interpretation, Illumination and Application

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bs32 Should we seek the Holy Spirit?
examines the question of seeking the Holy Spirit, or do Christians already have Him. This tract presents the argument that Scripture clearly teaches that God seals the believer at the moment of accepting Jesus with the Holy Spirit. If that is so (and we show these verses), then God cannot allow a person to (1) believe and be saved, but (2) not have the sealing of the Holy Spirit indwelling.
Topics: The Spirit in the Old Testament | The Transition between the OT and NT | The Earnest of the Spirit When do we Receive the Spirit? | To be Saved is to Have the Holy Spirit | The Guarantee that we are Saved | The Explanation of Luke 11:13 | The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit within us | There are Consequences of the Indwelling Spirit in us | The Sequence of Events.
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