How Do We Know the Bible is True?

How Do We Know the Bible is True?

Author: Lynn Waller

Publisher: Zondervan Publishing Company

Published: 1991

Total Pages: 56

ISBN-13: 9780310538219

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Little-known, fun facts about the Bible show 8-12-year-olds why the Bible is trustworthy.


Is the Bible True . . . Really?

Is the Bible True . . . Really?

Author: Josh McDowell

Publisher: Moody Publishers

Published: 2011-01-01

Total Pages: 144

ISBN-13: 1575679388

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With over 40 million books sold, bestselling author Josh McDowell is no stranger to creatively presenting biblical truth. Now, partnering with fellow apologist Dave Sterrett, Josh introduces a new series targeted at the intersection of story and truth. The Coffee House Chronicles are short, easily devoured novellas aimed at answering prevalent spiritual questions. Each book in the series tackles a long-contested question of the faith, and then answer these questions with truth through relationships and dialogue in each story. In Is the Bible True, Really?: A Dialogue on Skepticism, Evidence, and Truth, we meet Nick, a college freshman at a state school in Texas. Nick has his spiritual world turned upside-down with what he hears in an introduction to religion class. His questions turn into conversations as he dialogues with professors, friends, and family about the authenticity and authority of the Bible. The other two books in the series: Who is Jesus, Really? and Did the Resurrection Happen, Really? continue the unfolding story at the college campus and the coffee house down the road.


Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions

Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions

Author: Ken Ham

Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group

Published: 2010

Total Pages: 143

ISBN-13: 0890516006

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A bold defense of the accuracy of scripture! Ken Ham leads a powerful team of contributors in providing core truths to refute claims regarding biblical inaccuracies.


How Do We Know the Bible Is True Volume 2

How Do We Know the Bible Is True Volume 2

Author: Ken Ham

Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group

Published: 2013-01-04

Total Pages: 352

ISBN-13: 0890516618

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"Unless otherwise noted, Scripture quotations are from the New King James Version of the Bible" --T.p. verso.


How to Prove the Bible Is True

How to Prove the Bible Is True

Author: Carl Broggi

Publisher:

Published: 2014-01-23

Total Pages: 30

ISBN-13: 9781483901800

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A foundational question a wise person seeks to ask and answer for himself is this, "How do we know the Bible is the Word of God and is the Bible the only book that God ever inspired?" If you can definitively, dogmatically, and accurately conclude that the Bible is God's book, then you have a plumb line in which to evaluate everything you believe. In this book, Dr. Carl Broggi will examine five evidences that support the uniqueness of the Bible.


The Story of the Bible

The Story of the Bible

Author: TAN Books

Publisher: TAN Books

Published: 2015-05-24

Total Pages: 300

ISBN-13: 1618906453

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Children should not just read the Bible, but experience it. In The Story of the Bible young readers will discover not only the sanctity and wisdom, but the excitement of the stories and events that shaped human history and brought about our salvation. Unlike anything else in the market, this series uses the "schoolhouse model" approach where children of all ages can engage with the content. From the great traditional content of the Text Books, to the challanging Test Books, to the fun Activity Books, to the unmatched media companion pieces, this product line has it all! Volume I, The Old Testament, begins the journey. In these pages children will: • Visit the Garden of Eden • Board Noah's ark • Climb the Tower of Babel • Follow Moses through the Red Sea • Listen to David's harp • Witness Samson's strength • Enter the lion's den with Daniel • Learn God's plan from the prophets Each account is told in story form to engage readers, with each narrative supplemented with actual Bible quotes. A closing summary provides context for each story and reveals a lesson for daily life. Help the children in your life come to know and love the Bible through this groundbreaking series, The Story of the Bible. Their encounter with Scripture will never be the same. The Text Book, Test Book, and Video Lecture Series are targeted to middle school students, while the Activity Book and accompanying Teacher's Manual are for elementary aged students. The Audio Drama can be enjoyed by children of all ages.


How Did We Get the Bible?

How Did We Get the Bible?

Author: Tracy M. Sumner

Publisher: Barbour Publishing

Published: 2015-01-01

Total Pages: 96

ISBN-13: 1634091620

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Readers will gain even more appreciation for their Bible when they see how God directed its development, from the original authors through today’s translations. How Did We Get the Bible? provides an easy-to-read historical overview, covering the Holy Spirit’s inspiration of the writers, the preservation of the documents, the compilation of the canon, and the efforts to bring the Bible to people in their own language. This fascinating story, populated by intriguing characters, will encourage readers with God’s faithfulness—to His own Word, and to those of us who read it. It’s a fantastic, value-priced resource for individuals and ministries!


How to Read the Bible Book by Book

How to Read the Bible Book by Book

Author: Gordon D. Fee

Publisher: Zondervan Academic

Published: 2009-07-13

Total Pages: 448

ISBN-13: 0310853648

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Reading the Bible doesn't need to be a difficult journey through strange and bewildering territory. How to Read the Bible Book by Book walks you through the Scriptures like an experienced tour guide, helping you understand each of its sixty-six books. For each book of the Bible, the authors start with a quick snapshot, then expand the view to help you better understand its message and how it fits into the grand narrative of the Bible. Written by two top evangelical scholars, this survey is designed to get you actually reading the Bible knowledgeably and understanding it accurately. In an engaging, conversational style, Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart take you through every book of the Bible using their unique approach: Orienting Data—Concise info bytes that form a thumbnail of the book. Overview—A brief panorama that introduces key concepts and themes and important landmarks in the book Specific Advice for Reading—Pointers for accurately understanding the details and message of the book in context with the circumstances surrounding its writing. A Walk Through—The actual section-by-section tour that helps you see both the larger landscape of the book and how its various parts work together to form the whole. How to Read the Bible Book by Book can be used as a companion to How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth. It also stands on its own as a reliable guide to reading and understanding the Bible for yourself.


A People of One Book

A People of One Book

Author: Timothy Larsen

Publisher: OUP Oxford

Published: 2011-01-27

Total Pages: 336

ISBN-13: 0191614335

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Although the Victorians were awash in texts, the Bible was such a pervasive and dominant presence that they may fittingly be thought of as 'a people of one book'. They habitually read the Bible, quoted it, adopted its phraseology as their own, thought in its categories, and viewed their own lives and experiences through a scriptural lens. This astonishingly deep, relentless, and resonant engagement with the Bible was true across the religious spectrum from Catholics to Unitarians and beyond. The scripture-saturated culture of nineteenth-century England is displayed by Timothy Larsen in a series of lively case studies of representative figures ranging from the Quaker prison reformer Elizabeth Fry to the liberal Anglican pioneer of nursing Florence Nightingale to the Baptist preacher C. H. Spurgeon to the Jewish author Grace Aguilar. Even the agnostic man of science T. H. Huxley and the atheist leaders Charles Bradlaugh and Annie Besant were thoroughly and profoundly preoccupied with the Bible. Serving as a tour of the diversity and variety of nineteenth-century views, Larsen's study presents the distinctive beliefs and practices of all the major Victorian religious and sceptical traditions from Anglo-Catholics to the Salvation Army to Spiritualism, while simultaneously drawing out their common, shared culture as a people of one book.