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Can we trust our Bible?
Arthur Charles Gook
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One of the most common skeptical positions in regard to the Bible is that we can’t trust it because it has changed over time, and we don’t even have the original text anymore. We likely don’t have any of the original text, and we have very little text that goes back to the 1 st or even 2 nd centuries. If that study is accurate, then experience should coincide with what I believe to be true about God in this book. Therefore, when the Bible says things that I can’t imagine – miracles, prophecy, worldview – I can be confident and trust what it says. I therefore conclude that the Bible is the sole authority for theology and religion.
Combining readability with scholarly accuracy, this book will help you truly know how the Bible came to be and why everyone can trust it. The Story of Scripture: How We Got Our Bible and Why We Can Trust It () by Robert L. Plummer5/5(1). But we have thousands of other ancient writings (on papyrus, vellum, and parchment) with original-language text copied from each book of the Bible—about 5, distinct pieces when it comes to the New Testament, many going back to the first three centuries.
During this past weekend's sermons, Warren said people can trust the Bible because it is scientifically accurate. "The Bible was not given to be a science text book and it doesn't use scientific language, but it never uses bad science," he said. "In fact, the Bible is always ahead of scientific discoveries. Can we trust the Scriptures? Are they are reliable source of information and direction for our life? This sermon introduces a series on the Bible and especially the book of Revelation.
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Geographic perspectives on southern development.
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Rapid growth of short-line and regional railroads
Guide for the control of molluscan shellfish
The Bible is unarguably an incredible book. It is the best-selling, most quoted, most published, most circulated, most translated, most influential book in the history of mankind.* There is no close second.
• How can we know that the Bible isn’t just an ancient book of fiction and folklore. • Haven’t the contents of the Bible been. More importantly, he shares why we can have confidence in our New Testaments and trust the Bible: The New Testament has approximately 5, surviving Greek copies (plus more than ten thousand copies in Latin) dating from between the second and tenth centuries.
Question: "Why should I trust the Bible?" Answer: We all trust in something. Even the most skeptical among us exercises complete trust in many things. When we stand up, we trust that our legs will hold us.
When we sit down, we trust the chair. We trust that, when we inhale, the right amount of oxygen will be present to sustain us. The Best Reason to Trust the Bible. If you want certain and ironclad arguments about the Bible, we don’t have them. Christian’s can’t prove beyond any doubt that the Bible is worthy of your trust and belief any more than they can prove to you that love is real or that right is better than wrong.
Why You Can Trust Your English Bible Greg Gilbert. Novem We can be confident that our translations of the historical documents are accurate and correct and that we know what the authors of those documents originally wrote.
We Can Trust the Bible Related Media. The Bible is our one standard text-book, our safe and sane rule of faith and practice, our final court of appeal. True, the goal of understanding is not easily reached, nor will we know it perfectly in this life, but we must obey the command which, though addressed first to Timothy, applies to every.
The Bible stands at the heart of the Christian faith. But this leads to an inescapable question: why should we trust Can we trust our Bible?
book Bible. Written to help non-Christians, longtime Christians, and everyone in between better understand why God’s Word is reliable, this short book explores the historical and theological arguments that have helped lead millions of believers through the centuries to trust /5(41).
The Bible’s Power and Influence. In some countries today, the Bible is forbidden. Bringing a Bible into Saudi Arabia, for example, or North Korea, or China, or Libya, or Burma — along with many other countries — can result in expulsion for the westerner or arrest and torture if you’re native to the country.
And I would just commend Kevin DeYoung’s new book Taking God at his Word where he spells out many of these texts about what the Bible teaches about itself. Maybe one last thing. If you would push on me personally, about my experience of how I am compelled to believe the Bible is God’s Word and, thus, inerrant, I would zero in on Jesus and Paul.
So, which Bible can we trust. Les Garrett makes it very clear that translations which have come to us from the Textus Receptus are reliable. All others are flawed. Personally, I like the NIV. But, when I need clarification, I return to the KJV. The book "Which Bible Can We Trust" explains why!/5(3).
The Bible is God’s living and powerful Word. It can be trusted because it is inerrant, inspired, and infallible. It is the compass God has given us to govern our lives.
The Bible may not tell us everything we want to know, but it certainly tells us everything we need. Can I Really Trust The Bible. By Barry Cooper Having read many books in the Questions Christians Ask series from The Good Book Company; Can I Really Trust the Bible is the tidiest book yet.
Author Barry Cooper addresses many objections that critics ask throughout this entry/5. This is an ePub eBook. Please read our FAQs about eBooks. “What is the Bible. Can we really trust it.
Many people today assume that the Bible is full of errors and contradictions. At best, it is a mildly interesting look at the lives and beliefs of people who lived centuries ago.
In this booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul shows that these common assumptions are wrong. The Bible is the Word of God, and. You can see the whole series on A God-Centered Worldview here.
The reception of the Bible is a fascinating topic. We are dealing with writings stretched over more than years. The Bible contains an array of accounts about events, some of which had to have been initially passed on orally.
Can We Trust the Bible. • Factual Evidence • Faith • Psalms God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. • Jeremiah 1: “Ah, Lord GOD. Truly I do not know how to.
by Matt Slick 11/22/ Many people do not believe that the Bible is a reliable document of history. But, the fact is the Bible is very trustworthy as a historical document. If we were to look at a chart that compared the biblical documents with other ancient documents, we would see that the Bible is in a class by itself regarding the number of ancient copies and their reliability.
Which Bible Can We Trust. Which Bible Can We Trust. The wonder of the Book grows upon us as our experience is enlarged, for the more deeply we search it, the more we feel that the Bible is not merely a book, but The Book.
It alone is the universal Book, the eternal Book, the Book for all time. You Can't Trust the Bible Because Humans Wrote It. Conversation Stopper. Many students feel like there is nothing special about the Bible. They feel it is a collection of religious sentiments and is therefore just like any other religious book.
(Most will grant that God can do anything that God wants; otherwise we aren’t talking about God). We misplace our trust if we treat it as a textbook of science.
The fact that many of our countrymen currently want to do so is a disturbing trend. Recent battles over the teaching of evolution or the warning labels affixed by some school districts on biology texts reveals an anxious trust in the Bible.
But that trust is surely misplaced. As he was taking his students through the 1 John series, he was asked by his students: How can we trust that God’s word is true, and that it is truly God’s word. The Bible is the best-selling book in the history of the world, but in today’s culture is widely questioned as to whether or not it is authoritative for our lives.
“Can we trust the Bible? well if you dont, you should! In this book Cooper lays out all the truths about the Bible and explains exactly why it can be trusted! As a student of World Religions at University I have learnt that many people are very critical of religion especially before they decide to follow that particular religion if this is Author: Barry Cooper.Dr.
Bill Mounce blogs on spiritual formation and on Greek at the President's page to see his availability to speak at your church or ministry. NE Everett St .The Bible is a book we can trust—no, more than that, it is the only book we can fully trust.
The Bible Is Unique God’s written Word distinguishes His special communication to man as immeasurably superior to all other supposed revelations.