Tag Archive: Scripture

Coffee Mugs and Context – Part 2
Posted January 12th, 2018 by Mike Hubbard

The other day I published a blog post about a Tweet of Isaiah 45:3 and the comments following.  It raised a bit of a concern that I wanted to address.  As I was writing, I realized that it would be better if I broke my thoughts up into a few different posts.  My goal is […]

Jesus and the New Testament Writers – What is the Basis of their Authority to Write Scripture
Posted January 28th, 2014 by Mike Hubbard

I recently had a conversation with a friend about the Canon of the New Testament and the authority of the writers who wrote the New Testament documents.  In our conversation I said that the Apostles had a commission from Jesus to write His Word, but that authority ended with their death.  My friend asked me […]

8 Misconceptions about the Bible – Blog by Driscoll on topic for our Sermon this Sunday
Posted August 14th, 2013 by Mike Hubbard

Here is a very good blog from Mark Driscoll on the Resurgence website dealing with the topic covered in this week’s Top 10 List Sermon on Bible Facts.  Take a few minutes to read, and then click links to get more info.

Resources on the authority and truthfulness of the Bible
Posted August 13th, 2013 by Mike Hubbard

Sermon this past Sunday from our Top 10 List was on interesting stories and proven facts from the Bible.  Here are some resources for the topic. Bible MAPS to Guide you to Biblical Reliability – article by Hank Hanegraaff, this is a very good short approach using the acrostic MAPS M – Manuscripts A – […]

Who the Bible is Primarily About?
Posted November 3rd, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

Here at Genesis, we believe in the authority of the Bible as God’s divine revelation of Himself.  So we teach the Bible and encourage followers of Jesus to have a steady intake of Scripture.  But one of the fundamental issues we must tackle when reading the Bible involves the question of who the Bible is […]