A cropped image of John 3:16 in the Bible

Can the Bible be trusted?”

In spite of many attempts to dis­cred­it its authen­tic­i­ty, the Bible has stood the test of time. Here’s what one schol­ar has to say on this matter:

There is one piece of evi­dence above all oth­ers that per­suades me that the Bible is God’s Word. It’s called the uni­ty of Scrip­ture. The Bible is actu­al­ly a col­lec­tion of books-66 of them, writ­ten by more than 40 authors, over the course of some 1500 years; yet it is one uni­fied book. It tells one sto­ry, about one God who sends one Sav­ior-Jesus Christ-into the world. The more you study it, the more you see Christ-not just in the New Tes­ta­ment, but also in the Old Testament.

Have you read Isa­iah 53? It pre­dicts details of Christ’s death more than 600 years before it hap­pened. Have you heard of the Passover Lamb? It point­ed to Christ, the Lamb of God, 1500 years before it He came into the world! The Christ-cen­tered uni­ty of the Bible is so intri­cate and so beau­ti­ful that no mere mor­tal could pos­si­bly have pro­duced it. It has to be the prod­uct of a sin­gle divine Mind work­ing through the dif­fer­ent authors.

It is this amaz­ing uni­ty that per­suades me that the Bible is the Word of God.”

The Bible has been proven to be unbe­liev­ably accu­rate con­cern­ing the events of Christ’s birth, life, death and res­ur­rec­tion. It is also com­plete­ly reli­able as an his­tor­i­cal doc­u­ment. It is a reli­able guide on mat­ters of race, gen­der and social jus­tice. Fur­ther, it speaks with author­i­ty on mat­ters of human rela­tion­ships, moral­i­ty and ethics.

Yes, the Bible can be trusted!

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