ABI Ministry Endorsements

On several occasions Paul warned his readers about false teachers. He said they are deceitful (2 Cor. 11:13) and had infiltrated the fellowship of believers (Gal. 2:4). He told Timothy to urge “certain men not to teach false doctrines any longer” (1 Tim. 1:3). Peter referred to false teachers who were introducing “destructive heresies” (2 Pet. 2:1), and John spoke of “many false prophets” (1 John 4:1).

What was true in the days of these apostles is still true today. False teaching abounds and must be combated. And that’s where The Alliance for Biblical Integrity comes in. Here is a clear voice for sound, evangelical theology, especially needed when erroneous teachings seem to be so prevalent. I commend ABI, which God has raised up to “contend for the faith” (Jude 3).

Dr. Roy B. Zuck
Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary
Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition. Dallas Theological Seminary
Editor, Bibliotheca Sacra

Many Christians and churches today are not as conversant with the theological basis of their faith as was true in previous generations.  Unfortunately this leaves them wide open to being led into false systems which are all too eager to exploit any gaps.

The Alliance for Biblical Integrity has been established to provide resources to meet this need.  Its Statement of Faith should commend it to all Bible believers, and its materials will furnish a rich supply of help to those who use them  I endorse this ministry for offering a vital service.

Dr. Homer A. Kent
M.Div., Th.M., Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary
President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Greek. Grace College and Theological Seminary


As never before in the history of the Church, God’s people need biblical and theological direction. Our Lord told us to teach “all the nations . . . to observe all things that I have commanded you” (Matt. 28:20); and the Apostle Paul implemented this Great Commission by urging his favorite disciple, Timothy: “the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also” (2 Tim. 2:2). I believe that The Alliance for Biblical Integrity, under God, is an excellent means for helping all of us to fulfill these divine obligations until our Lord Jesus returns to receive His Church to Himself.

Dr. John C. Whitcomb
M.Div., Th.M., Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary
Professor of Theology and Old Testament, GraceTheo.Sem., 1951-1990.
Founder, President and Professor of Christian Workman Schools of Theology


How do we discern truth from error?  In a time when the meaning of the term ‘evangelical’ is changing from its historic meaning and the emerging and emergent church is impacting Christianity and evangelicalism, it is encouraging to see The Alliance for Biblical Integrity taking a strong, clear stance for biblical truth.  Their doctrinal statement is comprehensive and biblical.

The Alliance for Biblical Integrity will be an enormous help to individuals, churches and ministry organizations in defining the parameters of Christian truth and defending the historic Christian faith.  God clearly has raised up The Alliance for Biblical Integrity for precisely such a time as this.

Dr.  Paul Enns
Th.M, Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary, 1979
Adjunct  Professor, Tampa Bay Extension Director, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Minister, Biblical Training & Leadership Development, Idlewild Baptist Church


The Bible warns us there will be false prophets (Matthew 7:15-23), false christs (Matthew 24:5), false gospels (Galatians 1:8), and false gods (Exodus 20:3) in our world. That is why we need the clear teaching of Scripture to combat this deception and keep believers from being taken captive by false philosophies (Colossians 2:8). The Alliance for Biblical Integrity is standing for truth and equipping believers to be faithful to the Lord and His Word.

Kerby Anderson
Masters degree (Science), Yale University
Masters degree (Government), Georgetown University
National Director of Probe Ministries, Host of the Point of View radio talk show
Visiting Professor, Dallas Theological Seminary, Philadelphia Biblical University


The Alliance for Biblical Integrity has stated that the primary purpose of everything they do is to bring the greatest glory to our Lord Jesus Christ and the greatest honor to God’s Word. This is refreshing since believers today face the same attacks and problems of the early church: false doctrine, paganism, hedonism, and heresy. It is truly the right time for an organization like ABI to aid the church in “contending for the faith.”  Therefore, I wholeheartedly endorse the efforts of ABI as they seek to uphold the inspiration of the Scripture (2 Tim 3:16), and the great traditions of Biblical Faith (1 Cor 11:2; 2 Thess 2:15).

Dr. Larry J. Waters
Th.M., M.Div., Asian Graduate School of Theology
Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary
Associate Professor of Bible Exposition, Dallas Theological Seminary


Paul told his servant Timothy, “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly diving the word of truth”  (2 Timothy 2:15.)  A careful study of Scripture is not based on theology.  Instead, our theology must be based on a careful study of Scripture.  I see The Alliance for Biblical Integrity having a very specific ministry by encouraging all people and institutions to start with the question, “What does the Bible clearly tell us.”

Dr.  R.  Larry Moyer
Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary
S.T.D., Philadelphia Biblical University
President and CEO, Evantell, Inc.


Unfortunately the term “evangelical” has lost its significance. An unhealthy haze of aberrant theology has swept across the land and is seeping into our churches. The Alliance for Biblical Integrity stands as a light house to lead people back to the truth of God’s Word. Every church and born-again believer can profit from the rich resources provided by this new network.

Dr. Ron Blue
Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary
Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington
Coordinator, Spanish D.Min. program
Adjunct Professor, World Missions & Intercultural Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
President Emeritus, CAM International

In 2 Timothy 4:3,4 we have these characteristics of the Last Days – “will not endure sound doctrine…shall turn away from the truth…will turn to error…” I believe we are living in this time period.  The greatest counter-attack against error is truth (John 8:32) and the Scripture is Truth (John 17:17), the Son is Truth (John 14:6).  I recommend The Alliance for Biblical Integrity because they stand for the truth and provide essential tools for the Body of Christ to do the same.

Rev. Wendell Calder
Founder and President, Local Church Evangelism


Historically, man has struggled to be faithful to God and His inerrant, sufficient Word, and to live the holy lives He desires. However, in God has always raised up a gentle voice of persuasive reasoning to call His people back to the simplicity of the gospel and the authority of His Word. I’m so grateful that The Alliance for Biblical Integrity has been established to serve this vital function in these days. I pray that God will give these fine men a broad audience and significant influence in Christian communities around the world.

Dr. Wayne Vanderwier
Executive Director, Overseas Instruction in Counseling.
M.R.E., Grand Rapids Baptist Theological Seminary
D. Min., Trinity Theological Seminary
D. Min., Baptist Bible Seminary

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