Reliability of the Bible
Atheists claim that the Bible has been changed over the centuries, corrupted through copying, or that it was just made-up by the Disciples. However, the history of the Bible shows that the Bible has been preserved as originally written and is the Word of God. Attacks on the reliability of the gospel accounts, such as the "Gospel of Judas" and "The Lost Tomb of Jesus" have been thoroughly discredited scientifically and historically.
- Is Our Copy of the Bible a Reliable Copy of the Original? Has the Christian church changed the Bible over the years or does it represent a reliable copy of the original autographs?
- Did the Original New Testament Manuscripts still exist in the Second Century? By: Daniel B. Wallace , Th.M., Ph.D.
- Misquoting Jesus: Does Bart Ehrman Prove the New Testament is Corrupt? - Contrary to Ehrman's claims, the New Testament canon was established in the early second century, and scribal errors/changes did not affect any significant Christian doctrine.
- History of the Bible: How The Bible Came To Us - Manuscripts 101 - Where do they come from and why are there different "versions" of the Bible?
- Is the Bible Really the Word of God? - Some of the evidence that the claims of the Bible are true.
- Is Christianity a Made-up Myth Written by the Disciples? - Now really - would the disciples write about all their shortcomings, make the Christian church into a female, design heaven with no sex in it, and say that they were going to be married to Jesus in heaven? I don't know about you guys, but this is not what I would have written if I had made up the Bible!
- Science and the Bible: Does the Bible Contradict Scientific Principles?- What the Bible says about nature.
- Are the Biblical Documents Reliable? by Jimmy Williams from Probe Ministries
- The Historicity of the New Testament by JP Moreland
- Jesus Christ as God and the Trinity Was Not Invented Until the Fourth Century? Is Dan Brown (The Da Vinci Code) right about the origin of Christianity?
- The "Gospel of Judas": National Geographic Attacks Christianity With Biased "Research"
- "The Lost Tomb of Jesus": Have the Bones of Jesus Christ Been Found in Jerusalem?
- Is the Biblical Flood Account a Modified Copy of the Epic of Gilgamesh?
- Christ on Scripture by Richard L. Routh, Ph.D. - What did Jesus say about the Scripture?
- Christian CADRE (Christian Colligation of Apologetics Debate Research & Evangelism)
- Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels Book Review
- Book Review: The Faith: What Christians Believe, Why They Believe It, and Why It Matters by Charles Colson
- Book Review: What's So Great About Christianity by Dinesh D'Souza
- Misquoting Jesus: Does Bart Ehrman Prove the New Testament is Corrupt?
- Book Review: The Third Jesus: The Christ We Cannot Ignore by Deepak Chopra
- Book Review: A World of Difference: Putting Christian Truth-Claims to the Worldview Test
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A World of Difference: Putting Christian Truth-Claims to the Worldview Test Ever since I attended a Reasons To Believe conference in 2000, I have been fascinated with the approach Ken Samples has taken for testing worldviews for truth. The wait is finally over and A World of Difference: Putting Christian Truth-Claims to the Worldview Test is now published. One of the long-term goals of Reasons To Believe has been to provide a comprehensive, testable Christian creation model, and A World of Difference adds a philosophical piece to that testable creation model. Specific worldviews that are examined in detail include naturalism (a completely secular worldview), postmodernism (a skeptical worldview), pantheistic monism (Eastern mystical worldview), Islam (a radical monotheistic worldview), and Christianity. More...
Last Modified April 26, 2013