9 edition of Why trust the Bible? found in the catalog.
Why trust the Bible?
|Series||Rose Bible basics|
|Contributions||Rose Publishing (Torrence, Calif.)|
|LC Classifications||BS480 .W4897 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008007519|
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Why Trust the Bible is an excellent, easy to read book. It answers questions like why we can trust that the Bible has been translated reliably, that we have reliable copies of the original Scriptures, and how the canon was formed/5.
The Bible stands at the heart of the Christian faith. But this leads to an inescapable question: why should we trust the 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 stands at the heart of the Christian faith. But this leads to an inescapable question: why should we trust the 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.
Apologetic answers to valid questions about the veracity of the Bible and a reason to believe. Are Bible Translations accurate. Can we trust the Bible's original sources. Were the original authors trustworthy. Can we trust the historical accuracy of Christ's death and resurrection.
Adapted from the book, Why Trust the Bible> Uses the ESV Bible translation in Scripture : Good News Publishers.
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.
But ask Dr. Erwin Lutzer if you can trust the Bible, and he’ll give a resounding Yes. In this revised and expanded edition of the popular book 7 Reasons Why You Can Trust the Bible, Dr. Lutzer offers seven foundational arguments for the reliability of Scripture. In clear, easy-to-follow language, he explores:Cited by: 2.
Those comments aside, why trust the Bible. Well, first, many people are not aware that most historians take the Bible, especially the New Testament, very seriously indeed.
The Bible has been subjected to extremely vigorous literary and historical criticism, probably more than any other ancient work, and it’s emerged unscathed. The originals of the Bible are lost, therefore we have no way of knowing what it actually said. The Bible was edited by people who had an agenda and changed many teachings.
The chapter titles are How We Got the Bible; Dead Sea Scrolls; Proofs for the Bible; Why Trust the Bible; Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus; and the Gospels Lost & : Ebook. Trevor Sutton's "Why Should I Trust the Bible?" brings a distinctly Lutheran, Christ-centered approach to the defense of the reliability of the Holy Scriptures.
Sutton presents various questions and objections to the Bible simply, and provides simple answers with vivid illustrations that uphold the.
Why do I trust this Bible. Assumption #1: It is a good idea to ask why trust the Bible and not just to do it gullibly. Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world. Question: "What does the Bible say about trust?" Answer: The words translated “trust” in the Bible literally mean “a bold, confident, sure security or action based on that security.” Trust is not exactly the same as faith, which is the gift of God (Ephesians ).
Rather, trusting is what we do because of the faith we have been given. I concur with what has been written by Johannes Richter, Quora User, Roger Williams, John Simpson, Emmanuel Oladipo, and Crowly Mathew Arackal.
Nevertheless, I would like to state why I trust the Bible, just to add a little more to what they have. Trevor Sutton's "Why Should I Trust the Bible?" brings a distinctly Lutheran, Christ-centered approach to the defense of the reliability of the Holy Scriptures.
Sutton presents various questions and objections to the Bible simply, and provides simple answers with vivid illustrations that uphold the /5.
The Bible stands at the heart of the Christian faith. But why should we trust the Bible. Christians need to be able to articulate why they trust Scripture when it comes to understanding who God is, who we are, and how we’re supposed to live.
Bible Gateway interviewed Greg Gilbert (@greggilbert) about his book, Why [ ]. Buy Why Trust the Bible?: Answers to 10 Tough Questions New larger format ed by Amy Orr-Ewing (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(40).
Nevertheless, this book is an excellent introduction to why Christians believe the Bible and will be immensely useful as a tool for evangelistic outreach. Whether you are a skeptic or a Christian with unanswered questions, Jones’s book is a sure guide to help navigate pressing matters regarding the trustworthiness of Scripture.
TRUTH 2: THE BIBLE IS A BOOK OF PROPHECY “God cannot lie.” —Titus Why can you trust the Bible. Isaiah – Hundreds of years before it happened, the Bible prophesied how Babylon would be conquered.
2 Timothy Bible prophecies are being fulfilled now. Numbers We can trust what the Bible says about the future. Why Trust the Bible. A skeptic might point out that the proof regarding the authority of the Bible that we discussed in the previous post depends upon the Bible to prove its own inspiration.
This might work for people who already believe the Bible is true, but what about people who don’t. ‘You don’t honestly believe all that stuff in the Bible!’ Challenged by her friends, and later as a student by theological staff, Amy Orr–Ewing was determined to leave no stone unturned in her eagerness to prove that the Bible was unique and wholly reliable.
Her passion drove her to complete an in–depth study of the answers to ten of the most frequently raised objections she Brand: Amy Orr-Ewing. Another factor helping us trust the Bible is the life-changing impact the Bible has had for thousands of years. The Bible has withstood the attempts of kings, dictators, and whole societies to abolish it and still remains the top-selling book of all time.
Get this from a library. Why I trust the Bible. [John MacArthur] -- This book is a primer on the Bible. In this book about the truthfulness of the Bible, John MacArthur, Jr.
writes to strengthen believers. His main purpose in writing is to undergird the believer's. : Why I Trust the Bible () by MacArthur and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.3/5(5).
“Why Should I Trust the Bible. demonstrates a style of writing our churches need. Trevor Sutton removes the jargon from theology so that all the members of Christ’s church, lay and clergy, can learn more about the truth of God’s Word in a way we can easily understand and put to use in our daily life and witness.
Among those books was Why Trust The Bible. by Greg Gilbert. This is a short book and on first impression, I assumed it would be a devotional guide to trusting the Bible. I was wrong. This is a short book, but it is long in impact. Greg Gilbert has condensed a ton of material into a very short volume that is approachable, readable, and beneficial.
This book is a primer on the Bible. In this book about the truthfulness of the Bible, John MacArthur, Jr. writes to strengthen believers. His main purpose in writing is to undergird the believer's confidence in the Bible as God's authoritative Word, so that each personally can know why he believes the Bible.
MacArthur's approach is to start with the fact that the Bible is the Word of God. 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 the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation.
So here are ten reasons that explain why you can trust the Bible—for what it really is. The Bible’s not a fake. The authenticity of the Bible has been questioned down the years, with some suggesting the whole thing was a fake—a book made up as part of some great religious Size: 39KB.
Why should we believe the books that are in the Bible; many good ones were left out, like the Gospel of Thomas. Why trust the Bible when there are so many and contradictory translations.
These questions and more are discussed and answered in this class. The class, "Why We Trust Our Bible" covers these and additional related topics in greater.
All in all, this book is an important work for any Christian to have in their library. Not just so they can explain to the world why we believe and trust the Bible, that is important, but to know for themselves that there are logical reasons for believe Scripture and it is not just a blind faith.
Now that I know how you define inerrancy, my question to you is this: Why do you personally believe the Bible is trustworthy?” That is a fair and a very important question.
I feel the importance of it right now, because I just spent six weeks writing a book to answer the question. But ask Dr. Erwin Lutzer if you can trust the Bible, and he'll give a resounding "Yes!" In this revised edition of his top-selling book Seven Reasons Why You Can Trust the Bible, Dr.
Lutzer offers additional teachings on the reliability of Scripture. In clear and easy-to-follow language, he explores: The Bible's claims about itself. Misplacing our trust —like stepping onto rotten planks— can lead to disaster. You may wonder, ‘Is there any source of guidance that is worthy of our trust?’ Millions of people the world over place their full trust in an ancient book called the Holy Bible.
They look to this book to direct their steps. My book, Archaeological Evidence for the Bible, discusses these and many other discoveries in greater detail (along with citations and footnotes).We also have a DVD wherein I discuss many of these finds.
Archaeology has not proven so helpful for other religious writings. Consider the Book of Mormon. “Not one piece of evidence has ever been found to support the Book of Mormon — not a trace.
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.
Here's your first look at Why Should I Trust the Bible. written by A. Trevor Sutton, the author of Being Lutheran. You’ve got tough questions about the Bible. Maybe you’ve even heard things like, “The Bible is racist.” Or, “The Bible has too many errors and edits.”.
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.
It may also have a more subversive agenda in that it is meant to promote one particular view of. Or, “The Bible has too many errors and edits.” Or, “The Bible is merely a mythological story like Homer’s Odyssey.” This book tackles accusations like those head-on. Pastor Sutton compares the Bible to writings that have been deemed more credible than the Bible, like the Book of Mormon, encyclopedias, and even Shakespeare’s works.4/5(1).
The Bible’s poetry invites its readers to participate in such a communal prayer, to focus trust where trust belongs, not in ourselves, not in a book, not in an institution, but alongside our brothers and sisters of faith, in the One who alone is trustworthy.
Or “the Bible has too many errors and edits.” Or “the Bible is merely a mythological story like Homer’s Odyssey.” This book tackles accusations like those head on. Pastor Sutton compares the Bible to writings that have been deemed more credible, like the Book of. The Bible must be held to a different standard than an ordinary book, the gospels being eyewitness accounts is wishful thinking, and the Bible’s successful prophecies are imaginary.
Why Should I Trust the Bible? FAQ: OK, now you're using the Bible to tell me about God. Why should I trust that book as being something special? You're right. We need to establish the credibility and reliability of the Bible before endeavoring to define God through the Bible.However, when a book makes absolute moral and theological assertions (as the Bible does), people become uncomfortable.
Faced with demand for an ethical commitment (and having a natural aversion to authority), some people feign intellectual objections, claiming alleged contradictions in the Bible, and generally questioning its reliability.M ost Christians take that Bible to be the authoritative Word of God.
We believe that it contains the very words of God, written down by men who were guided by the Holy Spirit (2 Peter ). There are many reasons to accept the Bible as God’s Word, such as the evidence of archaeology, which confirms the accuracy of the biblical record with each new discovery it makes, and the consistency of.