2 Tim 3:16

From: KULIKOVSKY, Andrew (AKULIKOV@baea.com.au)
Date: Tue Aug 20 1996 - 10:35:25 EDT


I'd have to agree with Carl Conrad on this one. The NT canon as we
know it was not formed until much much later. The only scriptures the
early church had was the OT (LXX and Hebrew OT). Therefore, when
Paul writes to Timothy in 2 Tim 3:16, he is refering to the OT.

As far as the doctrine of inspiration goes - this must be argued from
a historical and philosophical point of view rather than proof texting
from scripture itself.


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