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The Holy Bible has withstood thousands of attempts to destroy its truth and to discredit its authority, and yet no one has succeeded. The truth and the authority of the Scriptures stand strong, regardless of every attempt to render them ineffective. "What the skeptics claim:" sections and "What history actually tells us:" along with time-lines and endnotes help you answer the newest criticisms.
This well-organized pamplet measures 8.5" x 5.5" and 33" when unfolded.

Rose Publishing Product Code: 603X

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Title: Why Trust the Bible? Pamphlet
Format: Other, N/A
Number of Pages: 12
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 1 ounce
ISBN: 1596361395
ISBN-13: 9781596361393
Series: Rose Quick-Reference Pamphlet
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Why Trust the Bible Pamphlet answers 6 questions brought up by recent books and TV shows about the reliability of the Bible, including "Was the Bible changed?" Or "Was the Bible edited?" Or "Are there thousands of Bible errors?"

The Bible can be trusted.

People who have been influenced by skeptics such as Dan Brown and his bestseller, The DaVinci Code, or Dr. Bart Ehrman's book Misquoting Jesus, will find convincing answers in this booklet Why Trust the Bible. The Bible text has not been "changed with reckless abandon." And the Bible is not full of errors as some claim.

The bestselling Why Trust the Bible reassures Christians about the reliability of the Bible. Dr. Timothy Paul Jones examines six claims, and shows what logic and history actually tell us.

Why Trust the Bible Gives a Critique of Bart Ehrman's Misquoting Jesus

  1. Claim: The Gospels were written long after Jesus lived and were written by people who weren't eyewitnesses.
  2. Claim: The stories about Jesus' life and death were not handed down reliably and not recorded accurately.
  3. Claim: The Bible is full of textual errors, as proven by the Dead Sea Scrolls.
  4. Claim: The New Testament wasn't finalized until hundreds of years after Jesus and his disciples, so there could have been many other "gospels" accepted and later rejected, in addition to the four Gospels found in the Bible today.
  5. Claim: The originals of the Bible are lost; therefore, we have no way of knowing what it actually said.
  6. Claim: The Bible was edited by scribes or powerful people who had an "agenda" and changed many teachings.

 

Jones shows that the biblical story and text were passed down with amazing reliability. And the Bible was hand copied for centuries with remarkable accuracy.

Full color and glossy, the 12-page Why Trust the Bible booklet is an excellent curriculum for adult Sunday school classes, Bible studies, and church small groups. Author Timothy Paul Jones is a professor at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. For pastors and academics, this booklet has extensive end notes for those who want to go deeper.
Size: 8.5"x 5.5" unfolds to 33" long. 12 pages. Fits inside most Bible covers.

Why Trust the Bible Pamphlet equips believers to defend assaults against the Bible and to defend the faith. A time line reveals the development of key writings, the emergence of the biblical canon, and more. This great reference tool proves that the Bible can be trusted!

Author Timothy Paul Jones, Ed.D., states without a doubt, "The Bible can be trusted."

Why Trust the Bible Answers the Skeptics

 

Dr. Timothy Paul Jones Gives Reasons You Can Trust the Bible
  • Reveals the errors in the critics' logic and facts
  • Uses helpful charts, timelines, and explanations
  • Shows historical facts about the Gospel writers
About the Author: Dr. Timothy Paul Jones

Timothy Paul Jones serves as a professor of Christian ministry and as associate vice president at the Southern Baptist Theological seminary, where he teaches courses in applied apologetics and family ministry. 

Before teaching at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, he led churches in Missouri and Oklahoma as pastor and associate pastor. Dr. Jones has authored or contributed to more than a dozen books, including PROOF; Conspiracies and the Cross; and, Christian History Made Easy. In 2007, Charles Colson listed him as one of “four names you need to know” when responding to the new atheists and in 2010, Christian Retailing magazine selected Christian History Made Easy as the book of the year in the field of Christian education.

He is married to Rayann and they have three daughters. The Jones family works in SojournKids and community group ministry at Sojourn Community Church.

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