Unveiling the Truth: The Apocrypha—An In-Depth Examination

The post explores the process and principles behind establishing the Bible canon, focusing on both the Hebrew and the Greek New Testament Canon. It underscores the requirements for books to earn canonical status, i.e., evidence of divine inspiration, coherence with other biblical teachings, and endorsement by apostolic authorities. Discussions include the formation and organization of the Hebrew Canon, issues with Apocryphal texts and their contradictions, historical perspectives on the Apocrypha, and the authority of New Testament Apocryphal writings. The post reiterates the Bible’s integrity as God's inspired truth.

The Authenticity of the Holy Scriptures

Discover the compelling historical evidence that authenticates the Holy Scriptures. This comprehensive exploration delves into the Gospel of Peter, the Tel-el-Amarna Tablets, and the Hittite Testimony, presenting irrefutable connections between biblical narratives and archaeological findings.

THE BIBLE: A Book That Is Misrepresented

Explore how the Bible, a book of profound wisdom, is often misrepresented and misunderstood. Discover the true sense of biblical passages amidst religious biases, skepticism, critical analysis, liberal interpretations, and the deceptive influence of Satan's world. Gain insights on approaching the Bible with trust, guidance from the Holy Spirit, and diligent study to uncover its timeless truths.


The Bible has survived natural decay, fierce opposition, and deliberate tampering because it is the unique and inspired Word of God, preserved until today. Learn why the Bible is so special and dependable, and discover God's purpose for His People as revealed in His Word.

The Bible—Is It Truly “Inspired by God”?

Discover the accuracy and reliability of the Bible in discussing the natural world, history, and life's biggest questions. Is the Bible really from God? Explore the evidence and find hope for a better future through a closer relationship with your Creator.

The Canon of the Scriptures

The Greek word “biblia” is a plural noun derived from the word “biblion,” which means “scroll.” The general meaning of “biblia” is “books.” In a biblical context, the word “biblia” is commonly used to refer to the collection of books that make up the Christian Bible, both the Old and New Testaments. The Greek word “bibliia” (βιβλία) is used in the Greek New Testament to refer to books, especially religious or sacred books. In the context of the New Testament, the word is typically used to refer to the Old Testament, which was the collection of sacred texts used by Jews in the time of Jesus and the early Christians.

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