Bibliology Explained

Updated: Feb 26, 2021

Peace & Blessings Beloved,

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As we delve deeper into our preliminary biblical exposition & exegesis, I want to present some critical questions that we should keep in mind whenever we approach the word of God, whether for study, prayer, reference, or otherwise.

With that in mind, let's take a high level look at the concept of bibliology, which will enable us to flesh out & further our understanding of the Holy Bible.

Bibliology is the study of the Bible, the Word of God. The Bible is the inspired source of knowledge about God, Jesus Christ, salvation, and eternity. Without a proper view of the Bible, our views on these other issues become clouded and distorted. Bibliology tells us what the Bible is.

Common questions in Bibliology are: Is the Bible truly God's Word? Our answer to this question will not only determine how we view the Bible and its importance to our lives, but also it will ultimately will have an eternal impact on us. What is the canon of Scripture? The basis of Christianity is found in the authority of Scripture. If we can't identify what is Scripture, then we can't properly distinguish any theological truth from error. What does it mean that the Bible is inspired? While there are different views as to what extent the Bible is inspired, there can be no doubt that the Bible itself claims that every word, in every part of the Bible, is inspired by God (1 Corinthians 2:12-13; 2 Timothy 3:16-17). Does the Bible contain errors, contradictions, or discrepancies? If you read the Bible, with a sincere desire to understand every part of it, you will find it to be a coherent, consistent book.

Is there proof for the inspiration of the Bible? Among the proofs for the divine inspiration of the Bible are fulfilled prophecy, the unity of Scripture, and the support of archeological findings. Its most important proof, however, is in the lives of those who read it, believe it, and live according to its precepts. Bibliology teaches us that the Bible is inspired, meaning it is breathed out by God. A proper Bibliology