Steve Hays at Triablogue outlines his argument for Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch.
John the Baptist
Don Carson walks us through Matthew 11:2-19, the passage in which John the Baptist sends his disciples to ask Jesus, “Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?”.
Here are three of the questions answered:
- Why did John ask this question?
- Why does Jesus mention the blessings without the judgments?
- Why is the least in the kingdom, this side of the cross, greater than John the Baptist?
How did Jesus view the Bible?
[I]t is impossible to revere the Scriptures more deeply or affirm them more completely than Jesus did. The Lord Jesus, God’s Son and our Savior, believed his Bible was the word of God down to the tiniest speck and that nothing in all those specks and in all those books in his Bible could ever be broken..
Jesus’ Doctrine of Scripture by Kevin DeYoung. (The post is highly recommended; the comments no so much.)
“[T]he Bible isn’t mainly about me, and what I should be doing. It’s about God and what he has done”—Teach Children the Bible Is Not About Them by Sally Lloyd Jones at Desiring God Blog.