This article calls us back to Judas and how he betrayed Christ, by giving a little reflection on the Gospel of Judas. The author then comes back to the real story as it points to Christ our Saviour and how we need him.
The canon of Scripture consists of the 39 books of the Old Testament and the 27 books of the New Testament. This article discusses the authority of the Bible and the place of the apocryphal books. Scripture is the only means of God's special revelation.
This article examines the claims that behind the Bible lies many a conspiracy. Such conspiracies are meant to undermine the canon of Scripture, from the claim about the role of Constantine to the Da Vinci Code.
Understanding the Reformation ground for the canonicity of the Scriptures is helpful for understanding the divine origin and authority of Scripture. This article explains that ground and shows what implication this has for the functioning of the church.
B.B. Warfield dealt with New Testament prophecy and how that gift should be regarded in a post-apostolic era. He argued that there was a link between the completion of the canon and the eclipse of the prophetic charisma at the close of the first century.