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How Do We Know Which Books to Include in the Bible?

Article I of Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy with Exposition WE AFFIRM  that the Holy Scriptures are to be received as the authoritative Word of God. WE DENY  that the Scriptures receive their authority from the Church, tradition, or any other human source. EMAIL... Continue Reading →

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Is the Quran a Literary Miracle?

If you were on a long trip and came across another that was heading to the same destination as you, and this new person said, “you are on the wrong path,” would this anger you that he implied that you... Continue Reading →

CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS

Christians and Muslims live in the same world, but they don’t always understand each other. This chapter will look at some of the statements we often hear that aren’t accurate and deserve further study. We will also look at some... Continue Reading →

ISLAM AND TERRORISM

Muslim terrorism has become part of our world today. That is not to say that all Muslims are terrorists. Very few Muslims even sympathize with terrorist attacks by other radical Muslims. But even if few Muslims are terrorists, it is... Continue Reading →

THE FACE OF AN APOSTATE ANTICHRIST

A Facebook person interested in New Testament Textual Criticism (NTTC) writes, "I was very reluctant [to buy Ehrman books] as I have tended to regard Ehrman as an anti-church type." We ask, 'That wouldn't be because he is an atheist... Continue Reading →

Is Slavery Always Bad?

The word slavery is used differently when it comes to biblical Hebrew, Koine Greek, and in common English (not a Bible translation). Even the Hebrew word (ebed) means different things. The Hebrew ebed can be translated slave, servant, attendants, bondage,... Continue Reading →

The Synoptic Problem of Matthew, Mark, and Luke

“The gospels must now be seen as the result of early Christian mythmaking. Q forces the issue, for it documents an earlier history that does not agree with the narrative gospel accounts.”[1] – Burton L. Mack, retired professor of New Testament... Continue Reading →

Escape From a Different Kind of Slavery

Many Christians Are a Slave of a Different Sort. They are Slaves of Biblical Illiteracy How often do Christians read their Bibles? 19% - Every day, 26% - A few times a week, 14% - Once a week, 22% - At least once a... Continue Reading →

IMMITATE the Two Greatest Christian Teachers of All Time

THE JESUS AND PAUL TEACHER BOOKS: Vol. I and II $26.90 $11.95                                                            ... Continue Reading →

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