Theory of Bible Errors and Contradictions: Ministers' Essential Reference

Author: Peter Pryce

Publisher: Dr. Peter Pryce

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 1186

View: 327

Theory of Bible Errors and Contradictions - Ministers' Essential Reference, will be of great importance to Christians who struggle with apparent contradictions in the Holy Scriptures. These apparent contradictions in the Holy Bible have also led many Christians to lose their faith and to backslide away from the fellowship and the church because they lack a way to understand the Bible's errors and contradictions. There are seven spiritual reasons why errors and contradictions are in the Bible! There is no Holy Book on Earth, including the Bible and the Qur'an, written by the hands of men that have zero errors! The holiest of all men will still misunderstand God, make mistakes, errors, omissions, corruptions, additions, and contradictions! As a Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, opponents of your faith will no longer put you to shame by pointing to apparent errors and contradictions in your Bible whereby you do not know how to respond because of your own ignorance in Bible Scholarship! This book is the answer to the problems of Bible errors and contradictions, and they should therefore no more be the reason for you as a Christian to lose your Faith in Jesus Christ!

The Facts on the Bible

Author: John Ankerberg

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Bible

Page: 96

View: 733

The Facts On series has sold more than 1.9 million copies and continues to provide information, facts, and foundational truths to help Christians understand their faith and their world. How can Christians be sure that the Bible is the Word of God and a trustworthy foundation for their faith? John Ankerberg and John Weldon, the respected coauthors of many popular apologetics books, examine the Bible from various angles--history, archaeology, science, and logic--as they explore of the accuracy of the biblical text expose current critical fallacies demonstrate that the Bible is supremely reliable show how fulfilled prophecy is the result of divine inspiration encourage readers to confidently share God's message This confidence-building resource affirms the uniqueness and inerrancy of the Christian Scriptures and provides a quick, updated reference for students, pastors, teachers, and all believers. Rerelease with new cover and minor revisions.

Evangelical Theories of Biblical Inspiration

A Review and Proposal

Author: Kern Robert Trembath

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 154

View: 824

The inspiration of the Bible is central to Christian faith, yet there is no general agreement on the nature of this inspiration. The author analyses seven major evangelical explanations.

The Facts on Why You Can Believe the Bible

Author: John Ankerberg

Publisher: ATRI Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 64

View: 352

The Bible is certainly the bestselling book of all time. But it is so much more than just a well-loved collection of history prophecy parable and poetry. If we believe the Bible is the very Word of God isn’t it imperative to know that what we read is reliable and can be trusted? This book answers questions about the uniqueness and inerrancy of the Christian Scriptures from history archaeology science and logic as they examine the accuracy of the biblical text; expose current critical fallacies; show how fulfilled prophecy is the irrefutable result of divine inspiration. Discover why you can believe the Bible is still God’s message of love and hope for today.

Activate

Author: Thea Spitz

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 226

View: 358

Ever wish you could easily lead others to a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ but feel inadequate and ill-equipped to accomplish the task? Activate un-complicates the process of reaching out and sharing your faith, leaving you with every confidence that YOU TOO can be an active part of the Great Commission. An excellent balance between theology and personal experience, Activate is an “easy read” while providing strong meat for serious study. Not only a personal motivator, Activate is also a particularly useful instruction manual for group leaders wanting to prepare and encourage others to go into the harvest field. Let this book help you be part of the Great Commission, so you too can confidently say “Here am I, Lord, send ME!”

God, the World, and Hope

An Introduction to Christian Dogmatics

Author: Harald Hegstad

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 300

View: 276

Who is Jesus Christ? What does it mean to say that we are created in the image of God? What does salvation mean? What is the meaning of baptism? What characterizes the Christian fellowship? What hope does a Christian faith give for the future? These are only a few of the questions that this textbook on dogmatics takes up. This book begins the discussion of the various topics by looking at what the Bible has to say. Hegstad then examines how the church's doctrine has developed over the course of history, and discusses how the Christian faith can best be formulated today. This book understands the Christian faith as an answer to universal existential questions that challenge all religions and worldviews. Dogmatics is understood here as the expression of a Christian interpretation of life. Hegstad himself belongs to the Lutheran church tradition, but his perspective is consistently ecumenical. This introduction to dogmatics will interest not only students, but everyone who is looking for a deeper insight into the Christian faith.

What You Need to Know About the Bible

12 Lessons That Can Change Your Life

Author: Max Anders

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 470

How can I know that the Bible is God's Word? What about the errors critics claim the Bible has? How can I hear God speaking to me through the Bible? Hold a Bible, and you have a miracle in your hands. It's the most influential book of all time: 66 books written over centuries by more than forty writers in fascinating forms—poems, letters, treaties, census reports, histories, prophecies, parables, and more—all expressing God's passionate desire to communicate with His people—with you. In twelve lessons for individual or group study, Max Anders explores the Bible, helping you to understand its sections and themes, so that you will begin to hear God's personal message to you through His Word. Then the miracle in your hands will work wonders in your heart. Features include: 12 lessons that can be completed in under 1 hour each Real-life application of biblical truth Explanations of prominent Christian views on the topic Easy-to-teach resources, including previews and summary features Questions for discussion Core teachings on Christianity that will challenge any seeker, new believer, or veteran believer looking for a stronger foundation The What You Need to Know Series includes these ten titles: What You Need to Know about God What You Need to Know about Jesus What You Need to Know about the Holy Spirit What You Need to Know about the Bible What You Need to Know about Salvation What You Need to Know about the Church What You Need to Know about Spiritual Growth What You Need to Know about Spiritual Warfare What You Need to Know about Bible Prophecy What You Need to Know about Defending Your Faith

What You Need to Know About the Bible in 12 Lessons

The What You Need to Know Study Guide Series

Author: Max Anders

Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 928

Do you want to hear God's personal message to you through the Bible? this guide will help you trust the Bible as God's word and understand its sections and themes. These twelve lessons can be completed in less than an hour each.

Religion on Trial

Author: Craig A. Parton

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 114

View: 473

In a concise and devastating style, Craig Parton, an experienced trial lawyer versed in the laws of legal evidence, argues that religions uniformly fail the simplest tests of admissibility for their respective claims. Few religions even bother to make testable assertions, relying instead at best on subjective and existential appeals. The stunningly few historical, and thus verifiable, claims of a precious few religions can be swiftly sorted out, and the result is an astounding vindication of the central nonhearsay claims of the first-century eyewitnesses to the life and work of Jesus Christ. This work challenges the prevailing viewpoint that all religions are making the same, or even similar, allegations. More troubling than this prevailing view is that the religions of the world remain diametrically opposed on the issues of the nature of humanity, the reality of evil, the nature of history, and the way of salvation. Sorting out the clashing claims of religions is the task of this book, and a trial lawyer well schooled in the laws of admissible evidence brings insight and clarity to matters normally thought to be solely in the domain of philosophers and theologians.

The Biblical World

Author: William Rainey Harper

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Bible

Page:

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"Books for New Testament study ... [By] Clyde Weber Votaw" v. 26, p. 271-320; v. 37, p. 289-352.

The Origin of the Bible

Author: Frederick Fyvie Bruce

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 350

View: 384

Many books have been written about the Bible, but few explain its origins. This updated volume of a classic work provides a fascinating overview of how the Bible was produced (including a section on its authority and inspiration), copied, canonized, read as sacred literature, and eventually translated into the languages of the world. This updated edition will also attend to recent developments in the ever-changing world of contemporary English translations. An excellent resource for pastors, Bible teachers, students, seminarians, and interested lay Christians, this book provides a wealth of information about the historical development of the Bible.

Carl Henry--Theologian for All Seasons

An Introduction and Guide to Carl Henry's God, Revelation, and Authority

Author: G. Wright Doyle

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 250

View: 712

Carl F. H. Henry has been called "the Dean of evangelical theologians," and "the premier theological representative of the evangelical movement in the last half of the twentieth century." When his magnum opus, God, Revelation, and Authority, first appeared, it was hailed as "the most important work of evangelical theology in modern times."Carl Henry: Theologian for All Seasons not only introduces contemporary readers to Carl Henry the man, but also demonstrates that his theology possesses striking relevance for our own situation. We are introduced to his place in the complex mosaic of twentieth century theology, his simple but sophisticated doctrine of revelation, and his value for current discussions of a wide variety of issues.Henry's reflections on hermeneutics, philosophy, and faith; the nature of revelation and of God; the social implications of Christianity; and many other vital topics, turn out to be as pertinent now as when they were written.Not everyone agrees with Carl Henry's approach, of course, so this book features an extensive dialogue between Henry and his critics, making the case that his thought has been incorrectly described as outmoded and that he offers clear guidance for twenty-first century thinkers.To make the wealth of material on the many topics in God, Revelation, and Authority more accessible, the book includes a theological index, a macro index, and detailed outline of the entire six volumes.

How to Live Forever- Teach Yourself the Bible Series

Author: John Phillips

Publisher: Moody Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 48

View: 132

The Teach Yourself the Bible Series is one of the best New Testament studies you will find anywhere. Each book in the series is packed full of valuable questions on individual chapters of the Bible, check-ups to test your grasp of scriptural truths, and usable suggestions for group study. Grow in your knowledge of God through each New Testament book, then go on to study six aspects of Christianity essential for all believers: doctrine, prayer, eternal life, prophecy, Christian character, and Bible study. Eternal life is a gift from God. How to Live Forever is a step-by-step study of the nature of our God, who has provided for everyone the opportunity for eternal life. Learn the reasoning behind accepting God's gift. Strengthen your relationship with the living God with all twenty-five books of the Teach Yourself the Bible Series. Each volume is a timeless, yet practical, study of the Word of God.

Theories of Inerrancy and Inspiration of Biblical Scriptures

Author: Dr. Quinton B. Richmond, PhD

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 388

View: 631

This book was written to help all born-again Christians to believe that Eternal Life begins in our present life on earth and continue on into the World of Eternity. It is designed to impress on the minds of all humankind that those who are considered their enemies, will respond and repay them in kindness as a friend. Accordingly, the chosen subject, The Road to Eternal Life, was selected in order to broaden my knowledge and understanding of Christian believer's concepts as to why Eternal Life can be lived in our present day journey on earth, and it is a viable truth in God's plan of salvation. Also, this research is devoted to find out what concepts theories, and beliefs already exist in this area. In addition, my goal was to read and understand the history why Jesus Christ's teachings' are the Way, the Truth, and Everlasting Life for all who repent of sins and believe His Gospel. In addition, my purpose is with the intent to gain a new perspective and pursue efforts to add new thoughts and ideas and to strengthen prior ones in relation to the Kingdom of God which concerns the future and the End of Time. Furthermore, to pursue efforts in detailed reviews of other book data that contain ideas, concepts, and key theories of biblical opinions of God's Eternal Life Plan... Then analyze and evaluate these sources information and evidence used in their conclusion. Likewise, consider the values of other source ideas, theories, concepts, practices that are useful in today's religious culture. Similarly, there is the desire to pursue creative innovations efforts which set forth new theories never before revealed on the subject of Eternal Life. In addition, my efforts are directed to provide accepted meaning, and strength, and theories that already exist. Likewise, the primary design of this research is: (1). to determine what claims are made by major sources in traditional work, (2). to determine if these prior sources actually report viable data, and evaluate and assess the validity of their arguments given for rejection/acceptance of Eternal Life, (3). to determine what ideas, theories, and practices are based on inductive and deductive practices.

Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions Volume 1

Exploring Forty Alleged Contradictions

Author: Ken Ham

Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 144

View: 311

One of the most popular misconceptions by people who have walked away from the Church and their faith is that the Bible contains errors or inaccurate accounts. Many people also simply accept without question the claim by others that the Bible is full of contradictions. Even more disturbing is that a growing number of Christians are unable to respond when presented with an apparent inconsistency in the Bible. Now in a bold defense for the accuracy of Scripture, Ken Ham leads a powerful team of contributors in providing core biblical truths to help refute claims regarding the inaccuracy of God's Holy Word. Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions: • Addresses over 40 issues of contention in the Old and New Testaments including Genesis, Exodus, Deuteronomy, Matthew, John, Acts, and Revelation • Contains vital and relevant context by Steve Fazekas, Bodie Hodge, Roger Patterson, Stacia McKeever, Gary Vaterlaus, Dr. Jason Lisle, Paul F. Taylor, John Upchurch, and Dr. Georgia Purdom • Equips you to accurately defend your faith while challenging secular or humanistic agendas With nearly two-thirds of young people leaving the Church when they move from home, there has never been a more important time to have a reasoned response for those who desire only to undermine your faith. This book is a great starting point in teaching you how to think and then respond to false claims regarding the Bible. It is imperative that believers are able to stand firm in their faith, and have answers to the culture's attacks on the Bible.

The Radical

Author: Sidney H. Morse

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Theology

Page:

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Exploring 1 & 2 Thessalonians

An Expository Commentary

Author: John Phillips

Publisher: Kregel Academic

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 617

"No one analyzes the biblical text better than John Phillips. I have benefited greatly from his commentaries and recommend them heartedly to pastors, teachers, and Bible students everywhere." --Dr. David Jeremiah, Senior Pastor, Shadow Mountain Community Church

The Scripture of Truth

Its Origins, Its Languages, Its Translations, Its Canon, Its Symbols, Its Inspiration, Its Alleged Errors and Contradictions, Its Plan, Its Science, Other Sacred Books

Author: Sidney Collett

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Bible

Page: 324

View: 248