Posts Tagged: biblical manuscripts

Meticulous Scribe, Trusted Manuscript

Grandparents rock Welcome to the first post in this new series we've titled "Journey Together!" Each week we'll look at our Christian beliefs, and whether they help us to answer these four important questions: "Why am I here?," "What is truth?," "Why should I believe this truth?," and "How does this truth affect my every day life?" Can... Read more »

The Bible: How Big a Deal is Human Error?

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Scribes are human; humans make mistakes. Does that mean the Bible’s accuracy is in question? The answer, in a word: No. It can’t be denied that both unintended error and intentional modification have occurred in biblical texts over time. But most of these can be identified, categorized, and properly understood in their relation to the overall reliability… Read more »

Testing the Historical Reliability of the New Testament

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Vetted for Historical Reliability, the Bible Stands Strong. Welcome to our ninth blog post in this series focusing on the topic of apologetics! If you’d like to catch up from the start, here’s the link to the first blog we posted: Apologetics: Apologizing for Believing in God?. Apologetics — the defense of Christianity — is… Read more »