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Did Jesus give up His authority as God when He went to the Cross?
The issue of biblical inerrancy is of vital importance when considering the authority of the Son.
Jesus is the brightness of the glory of the Father and His express image.
The Bible clearly presents Jesus as the Creator and Immanuel (God with us).
The Father shows that He is a personal God by adopting us as His children.
We demonstrate our acceptance of the Father’s authority when we accept the message of the Son.
If we reject the Father's authority and His calling, then we reject the authority of the Creator.
When people refuse to accept the Father as the authority in their lives, they set themselves up as God. But God will not give His glory to another.
The Father’s plan included the redemption of man, and was accomplished through the work of the Son.
As believers we need to be like Isaiah in that he had absolute confidence that God was the ultimate Authority.
Isaiah demonstrated complete trust the God is the authority.
The Old Testament reveals numerous details about the coming Messiah.
Jesus lives forever as our high priest.
Scripture’s consistency is seen in God’s provision for Israel during the Exodus.
Scripture's consistency is seen in God's promise to Abraham.
God demonstrates grace in the midst of judgment.
The first promise of the Savior is found in Genesis.
Jesus is the central point in Scripture.
Scripture itself is our best theology professor in helping us understand and apply Scripture.
The true church has always believed in biblical inerrancy (i.e., the truth of the Word of Christ), at its foundation, whether we have realized it or not.
Scripture gives us no indication that God ever overwrote the personalities of the human instruments He used to record His Word.
The Scriptures must be seen as totally sufficient for all instruction in life.
The consistency of the message through the years of revelation has testified to the great and overwhelming wonder of a limitless and infallible God.
We can be sure of scriptural promises and truth, and we can be sure of the hope we have in eternity because of our infallible God and His infallible Word.
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