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The reliability of the Bible is a big topic. Read one popular agnostic professor’s (Bart D. Ehrman) quote on the subject, and then Dr. Andreas Köstenberger’s response. The quote, I think, reveals something that many skeptics and even Christians struggle with. I hope Andreas’s brief answer gets you thinking.

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Many questions arise when one considers the Bible. For example, “Why are there contradictions?” “If this is really the Word of God, why isn’t it clearer?” and “Why are we putting so much trust in these books when they’re not even the originals, but copies of copies of copies?” These are valid questions that many…

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NIV, KJV, NKJV, ESV, NLT, CSB, RSV, NASB, and the list goes on and on. There are multiple Bible translations of the inerrant Word of God. That might raise some questions regarding their accuracy. With us to help walk us through the story of Bible translations and answer some serious questions is Mark Ward, the…

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I am not arguing that all was well in the olden days, for it most assuredly was not. There was a fair bit of racism, especially in the church. Traditions often replaced orthodoxy, even when we didn’t know it.

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