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Bibliology

QuestionAnswer
Intuition theory False theory of inspiration which holds the writers just had superior insight
Partial theory False theory of inspiration which holds the bible is infallible on matters of faith and morals but could be wrong in history or science
Thoughts theory False theory of inspiration which holds the thought or main ideas are inspired but the words are not
Dictation theory False theory of inspiration which holds God dictated the words, men just wrote them down
Human book theory False theory of inspiration which holds the Bible contains God's word but is really a human book
True meaning of inspiration Plenary Verbal Inspiration
What is plenary Verbal Inspiration True inspiration which holds the entire Bible is inspired by God, every word is inspired, and God guided human authors to record His word without error
What is meant by dual authorship of the Bible Bible authored by God and man
How many books in the Bible? 66
What are the three steps through which we got the bible? Revelation Inspiration Illumination
Define revelation Making known something previously unknown
Define inspiration God guiding human authors to record his revealed word without error
Define illumination From paper to man's heart
What language was the old testament written Hebrew with a bit of Aramaic
What language was the New testament written in? Koine Greek
What is canonization The official recognizing of which books belong in the Bible
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