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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2009|
Series: Current Issues Bible Studies
How can we know whether our Bible is truly the Word of God? This course will help you discuss inerrancy and truth in Scripture. We ve put together three studies that help address this subject. This course will move you toward confidence that this is a book you can set your life by. These studies draw from the Bible and church history to defend the Scriptures from critics and deepen our understanding of Christianity s sacred text. It also covers whether or not the gnostic gospels are reliable.
Session 1 - Are the Words of the Bible Really the Words of God?
Why you can still set your life by it.
This study will draw from the Bible and church history to equip group members to defend the Bible from critics and deepen their own understanding of Christianity s sacred text.
Session 2 - Are the Gnostic Gospels Reliable?
Many Christians are uncritically embracing Gnosticism.
Why did the early church reject the gnostic gospels, and what are the major doctrinal differences between the gnostic gospels and the biblical canon?
Session 3 - Can I Trust My Bible?
Discussing inerrancy and truth in Scripture.
How would you respond to someone who asks how you know the Bible is true? Clearly, you'd want an ironclad response. Use this guide to find a straightforward answer.
Total number of pages - 25 pages
You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.