The Bible vs. Other Religious Books Part 4 – Biblical Inerrancy

The doctrine of inerrancy is a hot button issue for many biblical scholars, and huge books have been written in an attempt to clarify what is meant by that term. We will take a rather simple basic definition in this article and leave you to do further research if this topic particularly appeals to you.…

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The Bible vs. Other Religious Books Part 3 – Archeological Evidence

We begin by acknowledging that archeology should not be expected to either “prove” or “disprove” the Bible. That’s not its purpose. However, in their book Ready with An Answer, Drs. Ankerberg and Weldon explain: “In what way does archeology confirm the biblical record? Primarily by demonstrating that it is trustworthy where it can be tested.…

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LOVE IS BEFORE LOVE DOES — 10 Things Love Is — 1 Corinthians 13

One of the most famous chapters in the bible is 1 Corinthians 13. Its excerpts are often spoken in marriage ceremonies, printed on Valentine’s Day cards, and composed as song lyrics. The centerpiece of this powerful and memorable chapter is one word: love. Has there ever been a word so commonly used yet universally misunderstood?…

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Why the Virgin Birth?

During the Christmas season, we don’t simply celebrate that Christ was born; we also celebrate how He was born. Have you ever considered the significance of this?

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What Evidence Shows the New Testament is Authoritative and True?

Introduction As Christians, we all accept the New Testament books as authoritative and true. But your non-Christian professors and friends don’t. Well then, what evidence should you use in talking to them? If your professor and friends are up on just a little modern scholarship, they know that certain portions of Paul’s writings and portions…

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Is That an Error in the Bible? – Part 3

Ed. Note. This article is excerpted from our series, “Is the Bible Unique or Just Another Religious Book?,” and slightly modified for publication. We conclude our look at mistakes critics make when they look at the Bible. Another mistake: Neglecting to notice that the Bible uses different literary devices. For example, the Bible being a…

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Is That an Error in the Bible? – Part 2

Ed. Note. This article is excerpted from our series, “Is the Bible Unique or Just Another Religious Book?,” and slightly modified for publication. We resume our look at mistakes critics make when they look at the Bible. Here’s another mistake that critics make: They base teachings on obscure passages. The Mormons run across the verse…

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Is That an Error in the Bible? – Part 1

Ed. Note. This article is excerpted from our series, “Is the Bible Unique or Just Another Religious Book?,” and slightly modified for publication. The Bible: who wrote it? God wrote it through men of God. The entire Bible claims to be the Word of God and it proves to be the Word of God. But…

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