“You will know that what you have been told is true” (Luke 1:4).

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“You will know that what you have been told is true” (Luke 1:4).

Post  charlescameron on Mon 01 Sep 2014, 10:29 am

Historical truth underlies the spiritual truth through which the Spirit brings home to our hearts the meaning of the Gospel. Without the historical truth, there is no Gospel. The Gospel is not based on myth. It is God’s testimony to His truth: truth - unchanged, unchanging and unchangeable. The historical truth of the gospel is not something that we can set aside, as we search for some deep meaning, which is independent of historical truth.

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