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Have you ever wondered who wrote the books in your Bible and how they ended up together? Has anyone ever told you that some books were cut out of the Bible or that the stories of Jesus in the Gospels can't be trusted? Through these six sessions, Dr. Timothy Paul Jones will answer your questions about how we got the Bible. The DVD consists of six 25-35 minute sessions. Participant Guide, Leader Guide, and reference handbook may be purchased individually.
Rose Publishing Product Code: 4064DV
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 7.50 X 5.25 X 0.50 (inches)
Series: Rose DVD Bible Studies
- Session 1 What's So Special about the Bible?
- Session 2 How We Got the Old Testament
- Session 3 How We Got the New Testament
- Session 4 How the Books of the New Testament Were Chosen
- Session 5 How the New Testament Was Copied
- Session 6 How We Got the Bible in English
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Timothy Paul Jones serves as the C. Edwin Gheens Professor of Christian Ministry and as associate vice president at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Jones has authored or coauthored more than a dozen books in the fields of family ministry and apologetics, including The Da Vinci Codebreaker.
The son of a rural pastor, Dr. Jones earned his bachelor of arts degree in biblical studies at Manhattan Christian College. He also holds the Master of Divinity degree from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and the Doctor of Philosophy degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has taught biblical languages at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and at Oklahoma Baptist University, as well as lecturing on the reliability of the New Testament Gospels at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) at forums sponsored by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
In this DVD study, you'll learn:
- What makes the Bible unlike any other book
- What it means when we say that the Bible is inspired and inerrant
- What people did to preserve the text of the Bible over the centuries
- How we know that the New Testament is reliable
- The stories behind John Wycliffe and William Tyndale, and the King James Version