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"All" Scripture?

Ellicot's commentary offers a different translation than what is commonly seen, which also sheds some light on the matter: Although this rendering is grammatically possible, the more strictly ...
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How would Biblical Inerrantists resolve perceived tensions between 2 Timothy 3:16 and Hebrews 7:18?

When considering the context of the passage you quoted from Hebrews, one will notice that the the passage is given within a broad discussion spanning several chapters. The focus of the discussion is ...
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How do those who cite 2 Tim 3:16 to prove the inspiration of Scripture know that 2 Tim 3:16 is itself inspired and what is meant by "All Scripture"?

The question suffers from a false assumption : that salvation is through scripture, not the Lord himself. Jesus said, Ye search the scriptures for ye think that in them ye have eternal life, John 5:39....
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How do those who cite 2 Tim 3:16 to prove the inspiration of Scripture know that 2 Tim 3:16 is itself inspired and what is meant by "All Scripture"?

Actually, John Poirier argues that a close look at first and second century uses of theopneustos reveals that the traditional inspirationist understanding of the term did not arise until the time of ...
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How do those who cite 2 Tim 3:16 to prove the inspiration of Scripture know that 2 Tim 3:16 is itself inspired and what is meant by "All Scripture"?

We receive the letter of 2 Timothy as inspired because the first century church received it as from the Apostle Paul (and thus as inspired), and we know that because no first century objections were ...
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How do those who cite 2 Tim 3:16 to prove the inspiration of Scripture know that 2 Tim 3:16 is itself inspired and what is meant by "All Scripture"?

I write from an evangelical perspective. The question has several ideas wrapped together. This answer attempts to show what, in general, are the expected features of a divinely inspired work, and ...
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What is an overview of how Christians interpret 2 Timothy 1:6-7 and apply it to their own lives?

Q: What is an overview of how Christians interpret 2 Timothy 1:6-7 and apply it to their own lives? 2 Timothy 1:6-7 NIV For this reason I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God, which is in you ...
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2 Timothy 3:16-17 , if Paul teach Timothy that the Scripture is sufficient, then why make another Scripture according to the Calvinist?

The earliest Christians revere what we now call the Old Testament as their inspired scripture (2 Timothy 3:16-17). The apostles preached from it. The context of 2 Timothy 3:16-17 shows us that the ...
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