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Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Trusting The Bible?

People have opinions about the Bible, and they often express them very freely. Unfortunately, they are usually uninformed opinions, expressed at the tea social and then forgotten. Many angry atheists express prejudicial conjecture, where they say something that is an opinion expressed as fact.

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Prejudicial conjecture is fun for uninformed and biased people to share. They will call the Bible a book of myths, but the myths are what they are expressing. Getting "information" from bigoted misotheist sites like the libelous (ir)RationalWiki does not count as research, Poindexter. Truth about the Bible can be found if people honestly want to consider the evidence.
The Bible is an extraordinary work of literature, and it makes some astonishing claims. It records the details of the creation of the universe, the origin of life, the moral law of God, the history of man’s rebellion against God, and the historical details of God’s work of redemption for all who trust in His Son. Moreover, the Bible claims to be God’s revelation to mankind. If true, this has implications for all aspects of life: how we should live, why we exist, what happens when we die, and what our meaning and purpose is. But how do we know if the claims of the Bible are true?
You can learn more by reading "How Do We Know that the Bible is True?"

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