TMS Distinctives: A High View of Scripture

TMS Staff | June 22, 2015

Over the past few weeks, the seminary has been posting faculty videos related to its core doctrinal commitments. The three videos in this series center on bibliology, and the commitment at TMS to a high view of Scripture.

In this opening video, Dr. Bryan Murphy discusses the seminary’s commitment to the original languages.

 

Dr. David Farnell highlights the fact that the Word of God is our highest authority.

 

Dr. Kelly Osborne discusses the doctrine of Scripture’s inspiration.

 

For more on the seminary’s commitment to a high view of Scripture, click here to review the sessions from the 2015 Summit on Biblical Inerrancy.


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