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“How do you know the Bible is true?” That’s a fair question and worthy of a thoughtful answer. Do you know your Bible well enough to give a satisfying response?
Almost all theologians agree Scripture is in some measure God’s revelation to the human race. But to allow that it contains error implies God has mishandled inspiration and has allowed His people to be deceived for centuries until modern scholars disentangled the confusion.
Ever since the serpent said to Eve, “Indeed, has God said?” the Word of God has been questioned and attacked. The serpent’s words focused on two important elements: the Bible’s accuracy and its authority.
Can we trust the New Testament as a reliable record of what actually happened, and do we possess what was actually written in the first century?
God claims to be the source of truth. The idea of absolute truth and morality is offensive to many people today, but we must be proclaimers of truth!
Without the original texts of the Bible in our hands, how can we be sure our surviving copies don’t contain lots of mistakes?
Some believe that the Bible speaks authoritatively about morality and religion, but not history and science. Is that viable, based on Scripture?
We don’t need to abandon our defense of the Scripture to emphasize the resurrection.
Quote mining means fudging facts or leaving out crucial details that misrepresent the meaning of the quote.
Social media and television bombard us daily with contradictory claims. How can we find the meat among the bones? Just ASK.
Many people deny that Scripture teaches its own inerrancy, but Brian Edwards shows that, based on Scripture, Christians should absolutely hold to biblical inerrancy.
Polls show that the twentysomethings sitting next to you in the pews may not embrace your faith. What happened to them?
Truth is at the heart of what has become warfare in the marketplace of worldviews. Which ideas will get your attention and gain prominence in your mind?
When people ask why we believe what we do, many are hesitant to quote the Bible. After all, few people believe the Bible, and many parts are hard to explain.
Dr. Peter Enns continues his destructive influence on Christian faith and the Bible in his assault on God’s Word in his book The Bible Tells Me So.
The real issue is whether God had any involvement in the authorship of the Bible. To claim the Bible was written by mere men, one must be transcendent.
Scripture alone is a sufficient source of knowledge about God; nature is not.
Jesus Christ and His followers were fearless when it came to proclaiming God’s Word. What gave them such boldness and self-assuredness?
Drs. Elizabeth Mitchell and Terry Mortenson discuss a recent local presentation that they attended.
A major shift in thinking seems to be occurring in contemporary evangelical thinking.PDF Download
The human authors of Scripture always wrote precisely what God intended.
Even if you don’t yet know any other compelling evidences that the Bible is true, you should know the experience of your own life.
Every claim the Bible makes about science is not only true but crucial for filling in the blanks about the origin of the universe.
When children start to ask tough questions about the Bible, even when they are very young, what should you do?
“There is a book . . .” Ken Ham reminded Nye at the recent debate, and the Bible’s history is history we can trust.
Most Christians at least give lip-service to following Christ. But what about His view of the Old Testament?
This article will survey the history of Christian fundamentalism in America along with its strengths and weaknesses, victories and defeats, and the significance of the doctrine of biblical inerrancy
“How do you know the Bible is true?” Do you know your Bible well enough to give a satisfying response?
If you actively share your faith, you’ll be asked, “How do you know the Bible is true?”
With all the knowledge and resources readily available today, God’s children have no excuse for not being prepared to “Give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you.”
The debate about the Bible’s accuracy is not a secondary, theoretical concern. The integrity of Jesus Christ Himself is at stake. He accepted the Old Testament’s historical accounts as real.
Among the many amazing evidences that confirm the Bible’s divine origin, surely the wealth of fulfilled prophecies is near the top.
Ever since the serpent said to Eve, “Indeed, has God said?” the Word of God has been questioned and attacked.