2 edition of Why we believe the Bible found in the catalog.
Why we believe the Bible
S. H. Howe
|Statement||by S.H. Howe.|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 24590|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||96207214|
We live in a culture that more and more questions authority, truth claims, and traditional beliefs. So what are we to believe about the authority and trustworthiness of a book that is thousands of years old? Is God's Word truly inerrant? How is it different from other religious texts? Why Brand: Baker Publishing Group. Title: Why I Believe By: D. James Kennedy Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: Dimensions: X (inches) Weight: 7 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WW/5(8).
9.x - x Why We Believe the Bible This is a book entirely on apologetics, written in by G.W. DeHoff. The book was written for the average person. It is easy to understand, filled with evidences for the inspiration of the Bible. Table of Contents. Why We Want to Believe the Bible;. Now whenever I have the opportunity to preach on the doctrine of the Word of God, there is a great danger that this could go on for a long time and that you may feel like you’re drinking out of a fir.
About The King James Bible. Over the past few decades, new Bible translations have been popping up like popcorn. Many strong Christians have stood their ground and continued to believe, read, and study only the Authorized King James Bible. Many others, however, have . In Why Believe the Bible? esteemed Bible teacher John MacArthur examines these and other questions regarding the authority, infallibility, and trustworthiness of the Word of God. Whether you are a new Christian or just want to brush up on some of the basic truths of Scripture, this book will give you confidence in the power of God's Word to.
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Question: "Why should I believe the Bible?" Answer: The Bible makes claims about the creation of the universe, the nature of the God who created the universe and reigns supremely over it, and the fate of mankind.
If these claims are true, then the Bible is. Why Do You Believe That. A Faith Conversation - Bible Study Book provides a personal study experience for this video-driven women's Bible study to equip women to have meaningful spiritual conversations.
How confident do you feel in talking about matters of faith. Do you wish you could express your beliefs with more effectiveness?/5(27). In Why Believe the Bible. esteemed Bible teacher John MacArthur examines these and other questions regarding the authority, infallibility, and trustworthiness of the Word of God.
Whether you are a new Christian or just want to brush up on some of the basic truths of Scripture, this book will give you confidence in the power of God's Word to /5(67).
Why should we believe it to be the word of God. The Bible claims to be the word of God. This fact does not settle the issue, of course. The Koran claims to be the word of Allah; the Book of Mormon claims to be the revelation of God. But at least we know that Christians do not believe something about the Bible which it does not claim for itself.
"Why I Believe" by the late Dr. James Kennedy provides a treasure trove full of good and reasonable responses which a Christian may equip themselves with in preparation to answer many of the questions which people (both friendly and antagonistic) have regarding the Bible, Jesus, and the Christian faith/5(61).
The twelve-session Why We Believe the Bible Study Guide and DVD are designed to help study groups and classes explore the claim that the Bible stands above all others as the book of books, pointing infallibly to the King of kings.
Through the DVD teaching of Pastor John Piper and the five guided assignments per week, participants will study /5(5). The ten-session Why We Believe the Bible Series and Study Guide are designed to help study groups and classes explore the claim that the Bible stands above all others as the book of books, pointing infallibly to the King of kings.
Through the teaching of pastor John Piper and the five guided assignments per week, participants will study. Where it mentions science, it is accurate. For example, at a time when some believed the earth was supported by four elephants standing on a giant turtle, the Bible simply states: God is “hanging the earth upon nothing.” (Job ) The Bible corre.
The apostles and prophets secondly are the second reason why I believe the word of God. Number three. The third reason why I believe the Bible is the Word of God is the Bible’s survival. There is no other reason that you can explain why this book exists.
There has never been any book more targeted for destruction than this book. In Why We Believe, Dr. Brant Pitre shows the biblical roots of many common objections raised to the teachings of the Catholic Church: Mary, Purgatory, the Papacy, the Eucharist, the divinity of Jesus, the Bible, and the existence of God.5/5(47).
The twelve-session Why We Believe the Bible Study Guide and DVD are designed to help study groups and classes explore the This is no small question. In fact, our answer has eternal implications/5. That’s what makes up our Bible. That’s how the Bible came to be, and why I believe what we have as the Bible is what we should have as the Bible.
No books are missing that should be in it, and no books are in it that shouldn’t be there. The Wealth of Manuscripts. Do we have the very words written by the biblical authors.
Why Believe the Bible: the reliability of God's Word and its power to transform your life. This isn't a book for Atheists, or people from other religions, or academics, or liberal theologians. This is a book made to inspire God's people to read and embrace HIS WORD/5. But we have thousands of other ancient writings (on papyrus, vellum, and parchment) with original-language text copied from each book of the Bible—about 5, distinct pieces when it comes to the New Testament, many going back to the first three centuries.
Why We Believe What We Believe: Uncovering Our Biological Need for Meaning, Spirituality, and Truth by Andrew Newburg and Mark Robert Waldman explores neural activities of the brain in relation to religious practice.4/5. Why We Want to Believe the Bible Recently, I asked a college friend if he believed the Bible.
"Why should a fellow want to believe the Bible?" he answered. "What difference does it make anyway?" This, I am persuaded, is the attitude of many, so I give attention to his question. Size: KB. Are there errors in it. How can such an old book speak to a world with iphones, airplanes, and high-speed internet.
Can we trust the Bible. Are there errors in it. How can such an old book speak to a world with iphones, airplanes, and high-speed internet.
Why We Believe the Bible Session 5. John Piper Share on. The Bible was written over a span of years, by 40 writers. Unlike other religious writings, the Bible reads as a factual news account of real events, places, people, and dialogue. Historians and archaeologists have repeatedly confirmed its authenticity.
Using the writers' own writing styles and personalities, God shows us who he is and. Book Review: Why We Believe What We Believe: Uncovering Our Biological Need for Meaning, Spirituality, and Truth by Rich Deem. Andrew Newberg, professor of Radiology and Psychiatry, has written (along with Mark Robert Waldman) a sequel to his book, Why God Won't Go new book has strengths and weaknesses, but, should be of some interest to those who have an interest in.
I think you misunderstand what people say about the Bible. No-one (or, at least no-one who has made an even cursory examination of the subject) claims that the Bible was written by God. None of the books of the Bible claim to have been written by.Why Do You Believe That? A Faith Conversation - Bible Study Book provides a personal study experience for this video-driven women's Bible study to equip women to have meaningful spiritual conversations.
How confident do you feel in talking about matters of faith? Do you wish you could express your beliefs with more effectiveness? Join Mary Jo in a practical seven-session study and gain Age Min: Page #3 Why Believe?
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