The most important question in religious thought is, “Is the Bible the Word of God?” If the Bible is the Word of God, an absolutely trustworthy revelation from God Himself of Himself, His purposes and His will, of man’s duty... Continue Reading →
The Bible discloses that the Hittites were the offspring of Noah’s great-grandson Heth. Heth was a son of Canaan and a grandson of Ham. Therefore, the Hittites were Canaanites. – Genesis 10:1, 6, 15. Even prior to Abraham’s sojourn into Canaan... Continue Reading →
Between 3,500 years ago and 2,460 years ago some 32+ authors penned 39 books in the Middle East, compiling a history of the world from its creation, to the flood of Noah, the confusing of the languages at Babylon, Abraham... Continue Reading →
Some would call it circular reasoning or circular arguments that the Bible authors themselves testified that the Bible is inspired, fully inerrant, that men were moved along by the Holy Spirit, and thus, authentic and true.
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Genesis 22:2 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 2 He said, “Please take now your son, your only son, whom you love, Isaac, and go to the land of Moriah, and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains... Continue Reading →
In dealing with Bible problems of any kind, whether in factual or in doctrinal matters, it is well to follow appropriate guidelines in determining the solution. This is most easily done by those who have carefully and prayerfully studied the... Continue Reading →
Most apologists, translators, and textual scholars are familiar with the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy ICBI, which is only the beginning of this article. If you must scroll past the ICBI and get to the questions and answers that most have not... Continue Reading →