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Biblical Sufficiency Applied


Tyndale Theological Seminary 2011

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In 2 Timothy 3:16–17 Paul writes, “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.” God demands that Christians submit to the authority and sufficiency of Scripture. We can rely on it to guide us in every aspect of our lives. But how do we respond to controversial contemporary issues? Does Scripture have all the answers?

Biblical Sufficiency Applied approaches various controversial topics in light of Scripture, among them parental discipline, the new perspective on Paul, worship, testing God, Rob Bell’s Love Wins, and more! It will challenge and encourage readers to be confident in Scripture’s sufficiency and to use it as the eminent guide to Christian living. All Scripture passages are linked to your favorite Bible translation in your library. With the advanced reference features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of “discipline” or “worship.”

Key Features

  • Addresses contemporary controversial issues
  • Considers controversies in light of Scripture
  • Asserts the sufficiency of Scripture


  • “The Calamity of Job and the Mind of Man” by Don Trest
  • “The New Perspective on Paul” by Gary Gilley
  • “God Wins: A Critique of Rob Bell’s Love Wins” by Christopher Cone
  • “Counterfeit Counsel: Hath God Said? Part 1” by John Adams Tucker
  • “Counterfeit Counsel: Hath God Said? Part 2” by John Adams Tucker
  • “The Drift toward Supersessionism” by Kevin D. Zuber
  • “A Dispensational View of Worship” by George Gunn
  • “Music Apotheosis: Usurping the Gospel Ministry” by Arnfield Cudal
  • “When Father Doesn’t Know Best: Considering Parental Discipline” by Christopher Cone
  • “Moral Ascendancy and Christian Leadership” by Richfield A. Cudal
  • “Considering the Importance of Contextual Interpretation” by Samuel Dallessandro
  • “Biblical Sufficiency for Making Disciples” by S. Jeff Heslop
  • “Biblical Sufficiency and ‘Work in Progress’ Theology” by Leon Johnson

Product Details

  • Title: Biblical Sufficiency Applied
  • Editor: Christopher Cone
  • Publisher: Tyndale Seminary Press
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 319

About Christopher Cone

Christopher Cone serves as president of Tyndale Theological Seminary, and teaches there as a professor of Bible and theology. He also serves as a pastor for Tyndale Bible Church. Cone has authored several books including The Promises of God: A Synthetic Bible Survey, Prolegomena: Introductory Notes on Bible Study and Theological Method, and Life beyond the Sun: An Introduction to Philosophy and Worldview through the Lens of Ecclesiastes. He is the general editor of Dispensationalism Tomorrow and Beyond: A Theological Collection in Honor of Charles C. Ryrie and Practical Aspects of Pastoral Theology.

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