Ultimately, Scripture is the test of everything; it is the Christian’s standard. In fact, the word canon means “a rule, standard, or measuring rod.” The canon of Scripture is the measuring rod of the Christian faith, and it is complete.
Of course, throughout history spurious books have been offered as genuine Scripture. For example, the Roman Catholic Bible includes the Apocrypha. The Roman Catholic Church accepts those books as Scripture, but it is clear that they are not.32 They contain errors in history, geography, and theology.
What is the attribute of God called “the beauty of the Lord” in Psalm 90?
Do we actually have Guardian Angels? If so, what are their roles?
What are the differences between the KJV, NIV and NKJV translations of the Bible?
What is the relation between the Underworld, Hades and Hell? Does God allow the dead to travel back to earth?
Is there such a thing as an accidental death?
Why isn’t the Book of Enoch in the Canon of Scriptures? Are there inspired, lost books of the Bible?
What is the context of confessing our sins to one another in James 5:16?
What did Paul mean in saying “I, not the Lord, say” in 1 Corinthians 7:12?
How long was the period of time between Creation in Genesis 1 and the Fall in Genesis 3?
Is our worship only supposed to be on Sundays?
Does Billy Graham condone Mormonism? Is Mormonism a cult or a part of Christianity?