Can we trust the Gospels? Peter Williams, of Cambridge University, says yes in his newest book. I’ve read this book and it is great, especially for someone new to the… Read more Can We Trust the Gospels? Interview With Author Peter Williams →
Here is a short video that explains why we can be confident that the New Testaments we read today are translations of the original. There may be variations in the manuscripts, but these differences are minor and easily sorted out by text criticists. The text you have today is based on the original.
Haden discusses biblical theology and text-driven preaching. What makes for good preaching? How should we approach the Bible? Support our Ministry: https://helpmebelieveblog.com/support/ Podcast: https://helpmebelieveblog.com/podcast-2/ Blog: https://helpmebelieveblog.com/ Recapturing the Voice of God
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How do you know the Bible is God’s Word?
We have already discussed the first test of historical reliability, The Bibliographical Test. So, if you haven’t read that, do so first. In my opinion, it presents the strongest case… Read more Is the New Testament Historically Reliable? External Evidence →
Is the Bible on your nightstand an accurate representation of what the original authors wrote? Has the Bible been tampered with over the centuries? The answer might surprise you. Haden discusses the facts and evidences for the historical reliability of the New Testament. To watch the Bonus Segment and for more exclusive access, follow the Patreon link below and become a supporter of the show. Support us on Patreon Podcast
Is the Bible historically reliable?  The Bible should be held to the same standards as every other document from antiquity. Although we (Christians) believe the Bible to be the… Read more Is the Bible Historically Reliable? The Bibliographical Test →