By Ben Witherington III
during this ultimate installment of his trilogy at the primary ordinances of the Christian religion (baptism, the Lord's Supper, and the proclamation of God's Word), Ben Witherington asks: What does it suggest to name the Bible "God's word"? In doing so, he is taking on different contemporary experiences which downplay the relationship among background and theology, or among ancient accuracy and fact claims. The Bible isn't only to be seen as a notice approximately God, Witherington argues. in its place, he says, the Bible exhorts us to determine the Bible as a dwelling notice from God.