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The source of the Flood’s water

As mentioned in the previous blog, the Bible’s account of Noah’s Flood is the most detailed and longest account of all the recorded histories that we have. It makes sense since God revealed it to Moses as he wrote Genesis. However, through the years, many objections have been raised against the veracity of the worldwide [&hellip

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Flood stories from around the world

When someone reads the beginning of the Bible, the first events are Creation in Genesis chapters 1-2, the Fall into Sin in chapter 3, the first murder in chapter 4, and the genealogy of the descendants of Adam to Noah in chapter 5. Following these chapters is the Flood account in chapters 6-9. The world [&hellip

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7 questioned books in the New Testament

From approximately 100-350 AD there was division over seven books in our New Testament. No one questioned the apostolicity of the four Gospels, the book of Acts, the thirteen letters of Paul, 1 Peter, and 1 John. After all, these were written by apostles, or with “apostolic approval.” For instance, Mark is considered to be [&hellip

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The origin of the New Testament books

Since Jesus and the Early Church already had the Old Testament Scriptures, how did the Bible grow to have the New Testament? If you recall, Jesus had twelve Apostles that He taught very deliberately and intensively; they were given the charge in Matthew 28:19-20 to “go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in [&hellip

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