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Scripture

Christianity the Old and New Testaments

Scripture

 

Jewish and Christian religious books forming the Bible and written “under divine inspiration,” according to religious doctrine. In Judaism only the Old Testament is regarded as Scripture; in Christianity both the Old and the New Testament are so regarded. In Islam the Koran is analogous to Scripture.

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Roland De Vries of Presbyterian College demonstrated the ways scripture shapes the life of the believer.
The topic of Paul's use of the Old Testament is uniquely interesting because any scholar who explores this will also indirectly reveal his or her convictions and assumptions, sometimes stated but more often left unstated, pertaining to the doctrine of inspiration, the metaphysical involvement of God in history, the locus of authorial intent, the Christological linking (or lack thereof) of the canonical writings, and the metaphysics (and not merely literary qualities) underlying the doctrine of the different senses of Scripture.
Now available in the Apple App Store, Scripture Typer 2.
In Sacred Word, Broken Word, Kenton Sparks encourages Christians to reconsider their doctrines of Scripture.
Or, if we wish to distinguish the scripture of the Jews from the New Testament, should it not be called the Christian Testament--hence, Hebrew Scriptures and Christian Scriptures?
There can be little doubt that Calvin's doctrine of Scripture is basic to his understanding of the Christian religion and the Christian life.
Hayes, has spent almost his entire life studying Scripture and science.
Nevada (US), Mar 7 (ANI): Hindus have urged the comics' publishers to stay true to the story and spirit of the scriptures while showcasing ancient Hindu scriptural subjects.
Numerous other applications, such as one called the Catholic Cheat Sheet, give you on-the-go access to scripture and prayers.
Pastoral counselors that subscribe to Scripture as the sole source of knowledge for understanding human behavior often advocate that addressing sin nature and the subsequent externalizing behaviors is not only necessary but is solely sufficient in guiding clients to a state of healthy mindedness (Adams, 1973; Sanford, 1947).
In the meantime, let me reframe the initial question: if it is a scriptural hermeneutics that lures this poetics of the possible off the deep end of philosophy, into theology--is this precisely because scripture itself offers not so much a theology as a theopoetics?
Also, Scripture is a huge resource and a huge source of conflict.