On the Issues: The Sufficiency of Scripture

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When it comes to questions about the sufficiency of Scripture, people can mean all sorts of things. Embracing the sufficiency of the Bible is a part of trusting in the power of God’s Word. But what does it really mean to say that the Scriptures are sufficient? The historic, orthodox Christian perspective maintains that Scripture is sufficient for instruction about faith and godliness. This does not mean that the Bible is the only source of information and authority, though. In this video, I talk about the sufficiency and authority of Scripture and what that means for us as believers.

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About Russell Moore

Russell Moore is Public Theologian at Christianity Today and Director of Christianity Today’s Public Theology Project.