Pilgrim’s Keyboard

January 19, 2009

Knowing & Acting on the Truth – A Christian’s Duty

Filed under: Some Famous | Some Not So Famous — pilgrimskeyboard @ 2:09 am

John MacArthur

Paul and Christ both consistently made the case that it is every Christian’s duty to study and interpret Scripture rightly (2 Timothy 2:15). “He who has ears to hear, let him hear!” (Matthew 11:15; 13:9, 16; Mark 4:9). … Protestant Christianity has always affirmed the perspicuity of Scripture. That means we believe God has spoken distinctly in His Word. Not everything in the Bible is equally clear, of course (2 Peter 3:16). But God’s Word is plain enough for the average reader to know and understand everything necessary for a saving knowledge of Christ. Scripture is also sufficently clear to enable us to obey the Great Commission, which expressly requires us to teach others “all things” that Christ has commanded (Matthew 28:18-20). —–[The Truth War: Fighting for Certainty in an Age of Deception – p. 157]



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