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Is Scripture Complete? Do We Have the Right Books in the Bible? | Questions of Doubt, pt. 8

On Questions of Doubt, pt. 6 (More Questions about the Bible), one of the the things we touched on was inspiration meaning that God supervised the writing of the Bible. In response, one listener had several questions:  If the Bible is inspired or “supervised by God” then does He still do that?  Why is Scripture complete? Why are other works (both ancient and modern texts) not considered inspired scripture? What if they don’t contradict scripture? If God supervised scripture, does that have to mean it has no prescriptive errors that aren’t necessarily sinful but cultural? Would God have compelled the authors to edit those things out? These a good questions and at the heart of most of them lies the question of the canon - that is, the official books of the Bible. Why are there only these books of the Bible? Why do some Bibles have more books? How were the books decided upon?    Want to get more out of your Bible reading? Free Resource: 7 Ways to Immediately Get More Out of the Bible  https://www.johnwhittaker.net/seven-ways   Support this ministry: Set up a one-time or monthly donation at the link below. http://worldfamilymissions.org/john-whittaker/   The Listener’s Commentary - In-depth teaching through books of the Bible to help you learn the Bible for yourself:  https://www.listenerscommentary.com   Connect with me: Social Media- connect on facebook and instagram Email - john@johnwhittaker.net As always, if you appreciate this teaching leave a review and share freely - on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, via email.

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In 20-25 minutes, John walks through the meaning of a passage out of the Bible and reflects on the difference it makes in your life. John believes that Bible teaching should be "blue jeans theology" - theology for everyday life. Who couldn't use a little more wisdom from God in their life? To become a patron and support the show, go to https://www.patreon.com/johnwhittaker.