Category Archive: Apologetics

Why Do My Catholic Friends Have Different Books in their Bible – The Apocrypha and the Canon
Posted February 24th, 2021 by Mike Hubbard

Recently had one of our church members ask me about the books that are included in the Bible.  The question was this, I just realized that I have a “Good News Translation with Deuterocanonicals” Bible. So it includes 1 and 2 Maccabees, Esther, Wisdom and more. I just listened to a catholic author reference 1 […]

John L Cooper Post on Apostasy
Posted August 18th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

I pulled a quote from this Facebook post by John L. Cooper from the band Skillet this morning, but I think the entire post is worth reading in light of the recent announcements from some prominent Christians that they were renouncing the faith.  This is nothing new, but the drift begins when we begin to […]

Divine Inspiration – How we Know the Bible is from God, Part 4 – No Way Jesus is a Tall Tale
Posted February 21st, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

Back in January, I set out a goal of writing four blog posts giving evidence that the Bible is more than just a book about God, rather it is a book that is from God.  Did this as part of our series Eat this Book, which was on the importance of Bible intake in the life […]

Divine Inspiration – How we Know the Bible is from God (Part 3) – Eyewitness Testimony
Posted January 29th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

This is third post in a series of blogs seeking to give evidence that the Bible is more than just a book about God, it is actually from God, inspired by God .  Scripture is God’s self-disclosure, the revelation of Himself, His purposes, His ways, His acts, and His character.  The last two lines of […]

Divine Inspiration – How we Know the Bible is from God (Part 2) – Bible Prophecies
Posted January 16th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

In the first post of this series I shared that my goal was to write  a series of posts giving evidence of the divine inspiration of the Bible.  At Genesis we believe in a view of inspiration called plenary-verbal inspiration.  This view basically affirms that human authors were writing, but their human words were literally […]


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