By Anton Bosch
July 10, 2018

To determine who and what to trust we need a number of important spiritual tools

by Matt Slick

The Bible is the foundation for witnessing and you must memorize verses to be able to use it - this applies to your devotional life as well as witnessing.

by Don Stewart

The work, or ministry, of angels, with respect to humanity, can be placed in three categories - they are God's agents, His messengers and His servants.

by Discernment Ministries
August 2019

Every heresy and deviation from the truth has one thing in common: A departure from Scripture. There are essentially three ways in which Scripture is perverted – by adding to it, subtracting from it, and by changing its meaning.

by Dennis Prager
May 13, 2019

Any video defending America or Israel inevitably receives many negative responses. But no videos elicit the amount of contempt and mockery that videos defending religion, explaining the Bible or arguing for God do.

by Dave Hunt

There is no question that Calvin imposed upon the Bible certain erroneous interpretations from his Roman Catholic background. Many leading Calvinists agree that the writings of Augustine were the actual source of most of what is known as Calvinism today.

by Y-Jesus

n 1945 a discovery was made in Upper Egypt, near the town of Nag Hammadi. Fifty-two copies of ancient writings, called the Gnostic gospels were found in 13 leather-bound papyrus handwritten books.

by Eric Lyons, M.Min.

On day one God made intrinsic light; on day four He made the generators of light.

by Eric Lyons, M.Min.

According to evolutionist Bill Butler, “The greatest geologic fiction that the Creationists adhere to is Noah’s Flood”. The idea that water ever covered the entire Earth, including the highest hills and mountains, supposedly is unthinkable (and impossible).

by Eric Lyons, M.Min.

In his February 12, 2009 debate with Kyle Butt, Dan Barker alleged that he “knows” the God of the Bible cannot exist because “there are mutually incompatible properties/characteristics of the God that’s in this book.[the Bible]

by Mark Pickering and Peter Saunders

There are essentially four different areas where people may charge the Bible with error: errors of fact, -verbal transmission, -written transmission and contradictions. We have looked briefly at the four main areas in which the Bible is often charged with error, showing that the charges are unfounded.

by Don Stewart

The unbelieving Jews and the Romans tried without success to stop Christianity from growing. In all these efforts, however, we never find them denying Jesus' existence. They attempted to make Him out as a deceiver and blasphemer, and by doing so, admitted that He existed.

by crossroad

We are dealing with God's holy unchangeable Word - not an ordinary book. God owns His message, we don't. Only His own, well-guarded words can be presented as absolute truth. Yet, readers who trust NavPress and the endorsement of some Christian leaders view this book as an authentic translation of the Bible rather than as Peterson's personal, politically correct interpretation.

by Y-Jesus

Does a “secret Bible” discovered in a Turkish smuggling sting contain the real truth about the identity of Jesus Christ? According to a Turkish official, a 1,500-year-old ancient leather-bound text, secretly hidden for 12 years, could be an authentic version of the Gospel of Barnabas.

by Living Waters
February 10, 2017

'Ten of the top scientific facts in the Bible' is a half-hour of awe-inspiring and faith-building video, filled with ancient biblical tlruths - the earth's free float in space, the dinosaur and why it disappeared, laws of quarantine, the earth being round, and much more.

by Jews for Jesus
January 15, 2015

Jews for Jesus has curated approximately 40 of the most helpful messianic prophecies along with their New Testament fulfillments.

by Eternal Productions

This booklet presents 101 scientific facts found in the Scriptures. Many of these facts were penned centuries before they were discovered. Scientific foreknowledge found only in the Bible offers one more piece to the collective proof that the Bible is truly the inspired Word of the Creator.

by Sylvia Clifford

William Tyndale was an English scholar who became a leading figure in Protestant reform in the years leading up to his execution. He is well known for his translation of the Bible into English. - Wikipedia

by Justin Steckbauer
January 1, 2016

True faith, Christian faith is grounded in hard facts and reasonable inquiry.  I would like to offer forward verified quotations from great thinkers across the ages regarding three areas of inquiry: the existence of God, the problem of evil, and the reliability of the Bible.

by  Clinton Alexander
December 21, 2015

Gideons International has distributed more than two billion Bibles and New Testaments around the globe since its founding in 1908. However, if the Freedom From Religion Foundation has its way, hotels and motels across the country may soon be removing those complimentary Bibles. The foundation has a long history of battling to remove all mention of God or Christianity from the public sector. ”

by Garrett Haley - Christian News
July 27, 2015

A respected molecular geneticist explores the historicity of Adam and Eve in a newly-released documentary, explaining that modern findings in the field of genetics confirm the Bible’s teachings that all humans descended from an original couple created by God.

by Logic & Light

The New Testament is a diverse collection of 27 books, mostly written during the first century A.D. by a range of authors. Given the awesome span of time between their original writing and today, it’s no surprise that we no longer have the original texts. The books come down to us today thanks to the work of monks and scribes who, over the centuries, copied and recopied the scrolls.

by Lita Cosner
8 January 2015

A prestigious publication like Newsweek is read by millions every week, so one would think they would exercise due diligence in making sure that their articles were factually accurate, and at least retain some semblance of journalistic impartiality. All such standards were clearly not taken seriously in the recent front-page story by Kurt Eichenwald titled “The Bible: So Misunderstood It’s a Sin”.1 Eichenwald shows no integrity as a reporter, and if he had done research even on something as basic as Wikipedia, many of his errors would be corrected. But fault also lies with his editors and everyone who had a hand in publishing this embarrassingly bad screed.

by David Cloud
June 29, 2011


The vast majority of professing Christians today, even most evangelicals, do not believe that the Flood was global. This is because of end-times apostasy and the fearful accommodation to modern evolutionary theories. For the following reasons we are certain that the Flood was global.

by Way Of Life Literature
February 17, 2015

Bible critics have been proven wrong a thousand times, and in most cases this hasn’t humbled them or changed their opinion toward Scripture. Christian apologetics is a spiritual battle rather than an intellectual one. Following are a few of the glaring errors that have been made by critics who have tried to disprove the Bible.

by Geri Ungurean

Have you heard that there is a new version of our Bible? But this version is unlike any prior version of God’s Word. This new version blatantly changes God’s Word. Any mention of Israel - gone. Any mention of Jesus being a Jew - gone. The movement which has brought the world a NEW bible, is called Palestinian Liberation Theology. At  its heart is hatred for the Jewish people and for Israel.

by Wayne Spencer

In these articles I will address evidence for the reliability of the Bible as a set of documents.  We can trust the Bible.  But we do need reasons to trust it, so that when we face life’s challenges, we can see past what we feel and have confidence in what the Bible tells us.  Before dealing with how the Old and New Testaments are reliable, we must clarify the issue of inerrancy.  At least, this is my own view of inerrancy.

by Bodie Hodge and Dr. Terry Mortenson
June 28, 2011

In the past few hundred years, the Bible has been under severe attack by scientific and philosophical skeptics of all sorts. In this scientific age the most-attacked book of the Bible has arguably been Genesis, particularly the first eleven chapters. Long-age geology, big bang cosmology, secular archaeology, liberal theology, and philosophical attacks on miracles in the Bible have deceived many people to believe that the Bible is not true and therefore cannot be trusted.  One of the major attacks on the Bible in the past 300 years has been directed against Moses and his authorship of the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Old Testament (Genesis–Deuteronomy). Such attacks on these foundational books of the rest of the Bible come both from non-Christians as well as professing Christians.

by Brian H. Edwards
March 8, 2011

Must we have blind, unreasonable faith to believe the Bible to be true? Or are there sound reasons that the Bible, and specifically the Old Testament, can be accepted as reliable in every part?

by Tim Chaffey
February 22, 2011

God is capable of accurately relaying His Word to us in a way that we can understand. It is crucial that we interpret properly to determine the intended meaning rather than forcing ideas into the text

In a culture where God’s Word is constantly under attack from those both inside and outside of the church, we must always be ready to give a defense for the hope that is in us. This web series on Apologetics is designed to give you the tools required to defend the faith.

by Tim Chaffey
March 1, 2011

In the previous chapter, the term “hermeneutics” was defined, and it was shown why it is so important to accurately interpret the Word of God. The best method of interpretation is known as the historical-grammatical approach. Not only did the people in the New Testament utilize this method when interpreting the Old Testament, but also it is the only system that provides a series of checks and balances to keep us on track as we interpret.

by S. Michael Houdmann
Got Questions Ministries

The cover story in the he January 2-9, 2015 edition of Newsweek is "The Bible: So Misunderstood It's a Sin", written by Kurt Eichenwald. To summarize, Eichenwald hates what the Bible says about homosexuality (and a few other issues), and therefore wrote the article to attack the trustworthiness of the Bible, with the goal of weakening people's faith in its message.

by Larry Miles

Why do we teach the Word of God? We are instructed to be good Bible students. We are to study God’s Word to learn His will for us and to learn how we can apply it to our daily walk for the Lord Jesus. We must know what we believe and why and if we put the proper emphasis on the Bible we will not be led astray by false teachers.

by Charlie H. Campbell

The Bible is unarguably an incredible book. It is the best-selling, most quoted, most published, most circulated, most translated, most influential book in the history of mankind. [1] There is no close second. How can we know that the Bible isn’t just an ancient book of fiction, folklore, or cleverly devised tales invented by deceitful men? Haven’t the contents of the Bible been tampered with down through the centuries? Isn't the Bible out-of-sync with scientific discoveries? What makes the Bible any different than other religious books like the Quran or the Book of Mormon?

by McMahon, T.A.
Feb 1 2007
 
Apostasy is rampant within the evangelical church today.

by Albert Mohler

 While America's evangelical Christians are rightly concerned about the secular worldview's rejection of biblical Christianity, we ought to give some urgent attention to a problem much closer to home--biblical illiteracy in the church. This scandalous problem is our own, and it's up to us to fix it.

by Blue Letter Bible

One of the terms used in describing the books that belong in Scripture is the word canon. A canonical book is one that measures up to the standard of Holy Scripture. Thus, the canon of Scripture refers to the books that are considered the authoritative Word of God.

by Patrick Zukeran
2005   

Dr. Zukeran examines some of the compelling evidence for the relibility and the authority of the Bible.  The  uniqueness and astounding accuracy of this ancient text is an important apologetic for Christianity.

by Rapture Forums

We've provided several maps and charts in order to help you with your Bible study. These Bible maps and charts will help you bring the Bible to life with detailed visual aids to enrich your understanding of the scriptures.

by gotquestions

The Bible is a progressive revelation. If you skip the first half of any good book and try to finish it; you will have a hard time understanding the characters, the plot, and the ending. In the same way, the New Testament is only completely understood when it is seen as being built upon the foundation of the events, characters, laws, sacrificial system, covenants, and promises of the Old Testament.

by Way of life Literature

“Even" Wycliffe Bible Translators UK have joined the Romeward move. Not to be outdone by others in showing its true ecumenical colours, it has also proudly declared its association with the Roman Catholic Church in an article entitled, ‘Wycliffe BT project in Cote d’Ivoire with Roman Catholic collaboration’. The article has as its sub-title, ‘The work is our own now’. In reading the text of this article we read that ‘In 1984 the local Protestant church invited SIL [Summer Institute of Linguistics, an organisation associated with Wycliffe Bible Translators] to help them’ with the translation of the Holy Scriptures into the Adioukorou language. 

by www.greatsite.com

The fascinating story of how we got the Bible in its present form actually starts thousands of years ago, as briefly outlined in our Timeline of Bible Translation History. As a background study, we recommend that you first review our discussion of the Pre-Reformation History of the Bible from 1,400 B.C. to 1,400 A.D., which covers the transmission of the scripture through the original languages of Hebrew and Greek, and the 1,000 years of the Dark & Middle Ages when the Word was trapped in only Latin. Our starting point in this discussion of Bible history, however, is the advent of the scripture in the English language with the “Morning Star of the Reformation”, John Wycliffe.

by Prof P W Hoek &  Rev Danie Haasbroek

The question begs asking: What is behind the attack to uproot Christ from the Old Testament? The following two examples cite institutions which could have had an influence on Afrikaans theology:

by Matt Slick

The Apocrypha consists of a set of books written between approximately 400 B.C. and the time of Christ.  The word "apocrypha" (απόκρυφα) means "Hidden."  These books consist of 1 and 2 Esdras, Tobit, Judith, the Rest of Esther, the Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach, (also titled Ecclesiasticus), Baruch, The Letter of Jeremiah, Song of the Three Young Men, Susanna, Bel and the Dragon, The Additions to Daniel, The Prayer of Manasseh, and 1 and 2 Maccabees.

by www.holybible.com