Believers should be well informed about the Word of God. This course presents the inspiration and authorship of the Bible, how it was preserved, why we believe it, how we deal with its problems and critics, the role of archeology, and ways to study the Bible more effectively. R. Laird Harris, 96 pages, paper ISBN 1-910566-12-7 Table of Contents Introduction Revelation and Inspiration Why Christians Believe the Bible - Old Testament Why Christians Believe the Bible - New Testament Who Wrote the Old Testament Who Wrote the New Testament Preservation of the Bible - New Testament Preservation of the Bible - Old Testament Bible Problems Higher Criticism and the Bible Archaeology and the Old Testament Helps for Bible Study Bible Study Methods
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This book is an ETA Classroom Series textbook and is a part of ETA's Church Ministries Certificate Program.From the Back Cover:
Open discussion of the Bible and its claims is popular among both the churched and the unchurched. Almost every year a new version appears. Bibles are shelf stock items in department stores, novelty shops, and most bookstores. Believers, especially, those involved in church ministry, should be well informed about the Word of God.
How did we get the Bible? Who wrote the Scriptures? How can we answer the Bible critics? Why do we believe the Bible to be the Word of God? How can we best study it? These questions are characteristic of those asked many times of local church leaders and teachers. You and Your Bible will help you to be able to answer them.
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