Archive for October, 2017

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Jesus’ view of the Old Testament

As we saw previously, historical documents support the fact that the Old Testament was already in existence and canonized as the Word of God. However, some people still won’t accept those books as inspired Scripture.  Maybe they don’t like the content of some of the chapters. Or maybe they don’t like the concept of a [&hellip

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The 66 books of the Bible

Having established the reliability of the Bible by referring to the oldest existing copies to verify what we have in our hands today, let us continue to examine another question: why are these sixty-six books special? In other words, what is the canon? The canon is defined as the accepted list of books with authority. [&hellip

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The Bible’s Inerrancy (Part 2)

In the previous blogs we saw how the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and has been reliably copied for centuries.  The Bible is also inerrant, or without contradiction.  Read it cover to cover and you will see for yourself. People have been trying to find contradictions for over 2000 years and haven’t been successful. The only thing [&hellip

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The Bible’s Inerrancy (Part 1)

In the past two blogs we’ve established that the Bible is an extremely reliable document, without parallel in ancient literature, passing all bibliographical tests. But some will still say that the Bible should be disregarded since it is full of contradictions. To answer that charge, Christians need to know that the Bible is without contradiction [&hellip

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Is the New Testament reliable?

What about the reliability of the New Testament?  The degree of accuracy of the New Testament exceeds 99%, which is greater than that of any other book from the ancient world.  And what is astounding is the strength of the argument when comparing it to other ancient writings. When measured against such works as Homer’s The [&hellip

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