We live in dangerous times. In a culture that elevates opinion above truth and feelings above facts, the modern church has lost its confidence in, dependence on, and passion for, God’s Word. Where absolutes are laughed at, tolerance is applauded, and doctrine considered divisive, there’s little room for careful study and teaching of the Bible.
The result? Ill-fed Christians are left defenseless, poorly equipped, and starving for truth, and churches struggle along with no sense of purpose and no source of power or authority.
In Why I Teach the Bible, John MacArthur describes the role that Bible teaching plays in the vitality of a church and the life of a spiritually growing believer. This study takes you to the Bible’s own plea for us to study and teach its truths, and does so through the seasoned eyes of pastor and student, John MacArthur.