Bib•li•ol•o•gy

Bib•li•ol•o•gy

Bibliology, coming from the Greek words biblion (meaning book) and logos, (meaning word), is the study of the doctrine of Scripture. God has given us, in the canonical Scriptures, His very words without mistake or error of any kind. Unbelieving philosophers, who deny that “human language” could possibly be used to speak “truth” about “God” have the situation exactly backwards. God Himself is the Creator of human language. He created it for the very purpose of enabling us to hear and understand what He had to say about Himself—what, in the living pages of Scripture, He is still saying to us today. Through the illuminating work of the Holy Spirit, the Scriptures continue to demonstrate their unique authority in every century, every nation, and every language into which they come.