An Exploration of Biblical Genealogy." From Adam to Jesus, the genealogies in the Bible hold more than just names and dates. Delve into the rich history and cultural significance behind the family trees recorded in the scripture. Discover the connection between genealogy and God's plan for humanity, and unlock the deeper meaning behind the generations listed in the Bible. Get ready to uncover the hidden treasures of biblical genealogy in this thought-provoking article!
Discovering the Bible Over the Centuries
Discover a better-understood Bible by exploring modern-speech translations, which use language accessible to people today and provide a more accurate representation of the original text. Break free from the limitations of the King James Version and delve deeper into God's Word.
THE MAKING OF BIBLE MANUSCRIPTS
The Holy Scriptures have both a divine origin for their content and a human history for their creation and preservation. The book of the Bible was not originally one unified book, but rather a collection of various books written over time.
Be Convinced That God’s “Word Is Truth”
How do we know that the Bible’s message has been accurately preserved? What strengthens our trust in God’s Word? Why is it important now more than ever to be convinced that God’s “word is truth”?
TEXTUAL STUDIES: Manuscripts of the Bible
Unlock the secrets of the Bible's past with this article. Dive deep into the historical analysis of the Bible's manuscripts to gain a new understanding of the accuracy and authenticity of the texts we hold sacred today. From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Codex Vaticanus, this article will challenge your perceptions and deepen your knowledge of the Bible's transmission, corruption, and restoration through time.
HOW RELIABLE ARE THE GOSPELS? What is the Evidence that Luke Wrote His Gospel before Mark?
During the first 17 centuries of our Common Era, the reliability of the Gospels was never seriously questioned. In the 19th century and beyond, some academics have questioned the traditional view of the Gospels as being inspired by God and have instead suggested that they were written by human authors who were attempting to convey their own perspectives and interpretations of the life and teachings of Jesus.
Did Jesus Christ Believe Inerrancy of Scripture?
The first formulations of the doctrine of inerrancy had not been established according to the authority of a council, creed, or church, until the post-Reformation period. The critic would argue how Jesus could have believed in a view that was not in existence until 1,500 years after his life. How would you respond?
How Many Second-Century [100 – 200 A.D.] New Testament Manuscripts, Do We Have?
In the case of the New Testament papyri manuscripts, our early evidence for the Greek New Testament, size is irrelevant. They range from centimeters encompassing a couple of verses to a codex with many books of the New Testament. But all of them add something significant.
THE BATTLE FOR THE BIBLE: The Struggle for a More Accurate Text of the New Testament
When you open your Bible today, can you be confident that the words you are reading are, in fact, the very corresponding English words that were written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Peter, Paul, James, and Jude nearly 2,000 years ago? Confident, you say? Just how confident are you? Are you confident because of what you know or what you hear?
Can Our Bible Translations Be Trusted?
Even though there has been a serious decline in Christianity over the past 70 years, the Bible is still the bestselling book throughout the world. In fact, it seems that since 1960 there have been dozens of new translations over the years.