Parents, in today’s Bible story your child heard about Daniel’s choice to obey God by the food he ate. Daniel knew the truths of the Scripture and wanted to honor God by doing the right thing. He knew God’s truth was always the same, no matter his circumstance.
A hallmark of our culture is the notion that all religions are equal. American democracy allows us to freely practice whatever religion we choose, but some assume that means all religions are equally valid. Reason, however, tells us that two “truths” that are opposite of each other cannot both be true.
“The God of truth has breathed out his Word of truth, and the result is nothing less than a flawless authority for the church. Were we to divorce the truthfulness and trustworthiness of Scripture from its authority, disconnecting the two as if they’re unrelated, we would be left with no doctrine of sola scriptura at all.” Matthew Barrett discusses further “Sola Scriptura Demands Inerrancy” here: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/sola-scriptura-demands-inerrancy/
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We are given one more confirmation about how Bible truths never change in our Weekly Bible Verse from our lesson on Daniel’s Choice.