Category Archive: Theological issues

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 […]

Divine Inspiration – How we Know the Bible is from God (Part 1) – The Unity of the Bible
Posted January 14th, 2019 by Mike Hubbard

This is the first part of a four part series of blog posts hoping to answer this question, is the Bible merely a book about God or is it actually from God?  Amazon has at least 80,000 books about God, some more helpful than others.  Every major religion has a holy book, as well  As […]

MLK 50, Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop – Livestream on Tues & Weds
Posted April 2nd, 2018 by Mike Hubbard

I am so pumped about the conference I am attending this week commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  The MLK50, Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop event will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, April 3-4, and is hosted by the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of […]

John Flavel Sermon – The Fountain of Life
Posted March 25th, 2018 by Mike Hubbard

As I was preparing for the sermon this morning from John 19:38-42 on the burial of Jesus I came across this sermon from a 17th Century English Presbyterian Minister named John Flavel.  It was actually referenced in several of the resources I used in preparation, so I took time to read and and some of […]


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