If you have read much of my blog or heard me preach, you know that I make much ado about the doctrine and the knowledge of God. I do this because I believe that the church has lost sight of its primary purpose of giving glory to God through obedience, worship, and discipleship.
My wife, Ann, and I just returned from a whirlwind trip to Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. We attended Preview Day on Friday. This was really a fabulous trip, even if it did wear us out. The campus is beautiful, the professors were very real and personable, and the students and seminary employees who hosted … Continue reading Southern Seminary, Louisville
A correct doctrine of God can lead to the correct application of Scripture, a clearer understanding of redemption, and a clarion call to missions.
Because God is the main character and the focus of the story of Bible, every Scripture should be interpreted in light of God’s grace and glory. When that focus changes, the interpretation of Scripture will suffer, leading to a weakened or corrupt interpretation and an incomplete and/or ineffective understanding of what God intended for us to know.