by Timothy Nichols

Believers often think of the sufficiency of Scripture primarily in terms of its relation to psychology and church growth, and mainly negatively even in those areas. Mostly, “the sufficiency of Scripture” is a fence that keeps secular intrusions out of the church. However, the sufficiency of Scripture is a much deeper and richer concept in those two areas, and has much broader application beyond them. This paper will seek to survey some of the areas where believers are working hard to apply the sufficiency of Scripture, but it will also suggest a series of areas where we are not yet working hard, and we should be. ...

Part 2 of this presentation was given at the 2008 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference.
Series:2007 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference
Duration:51 mins 38 secs