“Because I Said So” Series Resources


Throughout this series we want to equip you with as many resources as we can so you are able to confidently share your knowledge on the power and authority of God’s Word. More videos, articles, and more will be added each week so keep checking back and sharing with your friends.

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Articles

Reading Plans

Sermon Resources

Quotes

Recommended Books

“Because I Said So” Sermons

Pulpit Curriculum


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Articles

What is the Apocrypha? Why Aren’t These Books Found in the Protestant Bible?
Today the word apocrypha is synonymous with the fourteen or fifteen books of doubtful authenticity and authority. These writings are not found in the Hebrew Old Testament, but they are contained in some manuscripts of the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament, which was completed around 250 b.c. in Alexandria, Egypt . . . READ MORE HERE

Manuscript Evidence for Superior New Testament Reliability
By: Matt Slick

The New Testament is constantly under attack, and its reliability and accuracy are often contested by critics. If the critics want to disregard the New Testament, then they must also disregard other ancient writings by Plato, Aristotle, and Homer . . . READ MORE HERE

What Does sola Scriptura Mean
By: John MacArthur
The Reformation principle of sola Scriptura has to do with the sufficiency of Scripture as our supreme authority in all spiritual matters. Sola Scriptura simply means that all truth necessary for our salvation and spiritual life is taught either explicitly or implicitly in Scripture . . .  READ MORE HERE

Let’s Be Honest: Reasons Why We Don’t Read Our Bibles
By: Erik Raymond
If we were to survey Christians at evangelical churches in America most people would agree that they need to read their Bibles. They understand that it is both required and good for them. But the sad truth is, many do not . . . READ MORE HERE

Five Things Every Christian Should Be Doing with God’s Word
By: Michael J Kruger
Psalm 119 is an amazing Psalm.  Not only is it the longest Psalm (176 verses!), but it is also the Psalm that deals the most directly with the topic of Scripture.  Virtually every verse, in one way or another, refers to God’s Word . . . READ MORE HERE

Why These 66 Books?
By: Nathan Busenitz
Have you ever looked at your Bible and wondered, “How do we know that these 66 books, and no others, comprise the inspired Word of God?”

That is a critically important question, since there are many today who would deny that these 66 books truly make up the complete canon of Scripture . . . READ MORE HERE

Introduction to Bible Difficulties and Bible Contradictions
By: Matt Slick
Bible difficulties, or apparent Bible contradictions, exist. The opponents of Christianity often use them in their attempts to discredit Christianity. Sometimes these attacks undermine the faith of Christians who either don’t understand the issues or don’t have the resources to deal with them . . . READ MORE HERE
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Find more of Tim Challies “Visual Theology” here.

THE BIBLE IS LIKE (1)

 

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Quotes

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What Does the Bible Teach about Homosexuality?
By: Kevin DeYoung

Is God Anti-Gay?
By: Sam Allberry

The Case for Christ for Kids
By: Lee Strobel

Can I Really Trust the Bible?
By: Barrie Cooper

Taking God at His Word
By: Kevin DeYoung

7 Reasons Why You Can Trust the Bible
By: Erwin W Lutzer

Women of the Word
By: Jen Wilken

Why Believe the Bible?
By: John MacArthur

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Pulpit Curriculum

A Non-Negotiable Authority: Mandatory

A Transcultural Authority: Superiority

A Life-Changing Authority: Sufficiency

A Time-Tested Authority: Reliability

 

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