When you hear the term “the Word of God” what comes to mind? Likely, you think “Bible,” right? But when you read the term “the Word of God” in the Bible, is it always referring to the Scriptures?
What are you referring to when you use the term "The Word of God?" What does the Bible mean by the "Word of God?" Is it referring to (a) a direct quote of something God said or (b) a word of provision that God speaks into our lives? Is "the Word" a reference to (c) the good news about Christ? Or is it a direct reference to (d) Christ Himself. Mart DeHaan leads the conversations with Elisa Morgan and Bill Crowder in this series, as they think together about the difference between the inspired words of the Bible and the Good News— of which, and of whom, all Scripture speaks.
Do we worship the written Word . . . or the Living Word? And what’s the difference? Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, and Bill Crowder discuss the danger of regarding the Bible so highly . . . that we relegate its Author to the back seat. Don’t miss the conclusion of their series about the Word of God.