The sufficiency of Scripture is a doctrinal hill to die on, even if it doesn’t seem like a contested battleground today. But God’s people need to understand that while biblical sufficiency itself is not often assaulted overtly, it is often implicitly in the crosshairs. So what are these subtle attacks, and how should Christians respond to them?
We recently put those questions to Justin Peters, one of the keynote speakers at the upcoming Truth Matters conference. Here’s his response:
We need to be wise to the dire implications of every extrabiblical quest going on in the name of Christ. Next week’s Truth Matters conferencewill emphasize the sufficiency of Scripture in its proper place—as a nonnegotiable Christian truth.
Although registration for the conference is full, Grace to You will be live-streaming every session. We hope you will join us online for this memorable time of fellowship, worship, and the preaching of God’s sufficient Word.
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