Category Archive: The Bible

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 […]

Bible Reading & Study Tools
Posted January 27th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

We asked you to share your favorite books, resources, websites, apps, and tools that help you read and study the Bible, as well as pass it on to your kids and family.  This is the result.  Lots of amazing resources here.  The goal, find a few that are helpful and develop a life-long rhythm of […]

Bible Tools
Posted January 21st, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

For our sermon next Sunday we need a little bit of your help. It is our plan to share as many apps, websites, resources, and other tools that are helpful for personal Bible reading and study, the application of Scripture, and even tools for helping you read and study the Bible with your kids or […]

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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