There is a common assumption that the Bible is full of errors and contradictions, and that its often unusual people and events render it useless for today. These teachings are fueled by critics, who seem to delight in raising questions about the Bible's truthfulness and integrity. Not that it is wrong to ask hard questions of the Bible, but those questions, nevertheless, must be addressed fairly and without bias. In Isn't the Bible riddled with Errors
R.C. Sproul tackles the tough questions, and comes to some interesting answers.
Unabridged audio CD; approximately 2 hours; 2 CDs; read by Bob Souer.
There is a common assumption that the Bible is full of errors and contradictions, and that its often-unusual people and events render it useless for today. These ideas are fueled by the teachings of scholarly critics, who seem to delight in raising questions about the Bible s truthfulness and integrity. But the critics of the Bible are wrong, according to Dr. R. C. Sproul in this Crucial Questions booklet. In fact, he says, there are many solid reasons to trust the Bible. With Jesus, with the apostles and prophets, and with men of God throughout church history, Dr. Sproul affirms a high view of Scripture--that it is inspired of God and therefore inerrant and infallible.
Dr. R. C. Sproul is the founder and chairman of Ligonier Minis­tries, an international Christian education ministry based near Orlando, Florida. He also serves as senior minister of preaching and teach­ing at Saint Andrews in Sanford, Florida, and as the president of the Ligonier Academy of Biblical and Theological Studies. His teaching can be heard on the daily radio program Renewing Your Mind. He is the author of more than seventy books, including The Holiness of God, Chosen by God, The Invisible Hand, Faith Alone, A Taste of Heaven, Truths We Confess, The Truth of the Cross, and The Prayer of the Lord. He also served as general editor of The Reformation Study Bible and has written several childrens books, including The Princes Poison Cup. Dr. Sproul and his wife, Vesta, make their home in Long­wood, Florida.