Scripture Cannot be Broken

The word translated as “broken” is loo-0. It literally means to loosen. Truth is tight. Truth is absolute and exclusive by nature. It excludes everything that’s not the truth.

λύω
luō
loo’-o
A primary verb; to “loosen” (literally or figuratively): – break (up), destroy, dissolve, (un-) loose, melt, put off.

Every argument against Scripture is based on made-up stuff. Every single argument against Christ or the Bible falls apart upon examination. Of course, those who want to follow their own ways rather than God’s ways are very open-minded toward lies and very closed-minded toward the truth.

that they may be encouraged in heart, knit together in love, and filled with the full riches of complete understanding, so that they may know the mystery of God, namely Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. Colossians 2:2-3

We know that the Bible is true and without error. We know that the history in the Bible is accurate. We know that the commands are accurate. We know that the promises are true.

How do we know that the Bible is true and without error? We know because we know the Author of the Bible. He speaks His revelation into our innermost minds, telling us that the Bible is true and without error. He has preserved Scripture for us, and He speaks to us through Scripture. We hear His voice. He speaks through Scripture and every means mentioned in Scripture. Without divine revelation, no one can know anything about anything. God reveals reality to the just and the unjust. However, the unjust refuse to acknowledge Him or thank Him. As a result, they can’t account for any knowledge of the truth. They may be ever learning, but they never come to a knowledge of the truth.

Those who know Jesus Christ are able to see both the natural creation and the Kingdom of the Heavens and the earth. They have spiritual senses that come with being born again, and those senses become keener and more developed each time they hear the voice of the Absolute God and respond in submission and obedience.

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