Haddon Robinson on the Sufficiency of Scripture

As food is relevant to hunger, water relevant to thirst, and air relevant to life, the Scriptures are relevant to our most fundamental needs…When we address men and women imprisoned in confusion, hopelessness, dread, and despair, we have nothing to offer them but the Scriptures. But ultimately they are enough.

(Haddon Robinson, “The Relevance of Expository Preaching,” in Scott M. Gibson ed, Preaching to a Sifting Culture [Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker, 2004], 93).


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