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WHY IS THE BIBLE GOD'S WORD?

While the Bible is generally accepted by Christian people as having divine authority, comparatively few are able to clearly explain just why they hold this opinion. How has it been preserved free from corruption? Why, in its present condition, is it worthy of our full confidence? Let us consider what evidence we have to the credibility of these writings.

Authorship & Credibility of the Bible
The Bible Translated
The Test of Science
The Test of Prophecy
Archeology Verifies the Bible as God's Word

5 BIBLE QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD KNOW

Our beliefs are molded by history, tradition, culture, and various religious teachers as they interpret holy scriptures for us. What we accept as truth must be open to reason (James 3:17). This interactive questionaire explores five Bible questions. Each question has a “YES” and a “NO” answer. You can't pick the wrong answer, because both answers are correct. Find out how much you really know about your Bible. Click on the YES or the NO links. Let's begin...

Q1. Is there only one God?

Q2. Do we really live after we die?

Q3. Are we only allowed to worship God?

Q4. Is today the only day of salvation?

Q5. Will we go to heaven after we die?
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Was Jesus Christ Crucified?

We observe that this is a startling question to be posed by a Bible founded Christian group. After all the Apostle Paul plainly stated to the congregation at Corinth that, I determined not to know anything among you, save Jesus Christ and him crucified. (1Cor 2:2) So why do we ask this question? We ask this question because there are many who believe that Jesus was not crucified on a cross.

The Jehovah Witnesses claim that Jesus was not crucified but impaled (executed) on a stake. Nowhere in the New World Translation of the Christian Greek Scriptures, published continuously since 1950, will you find the physical instrument of our Lord’s death referred to as a cross, nor the action itself as a crucifixion – the term used throughout the Christian world. For example, we read in the NWT (Matthew 10:38) "And whoever does not accept his torture stake and follow after me is not worthy of me."

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The sacrifice of Jesus is fundamental to the Christian faith, yet most Christians cannot reasonably explain why God required the death of his only son before he could begin to forgive a single person (Heb. 9:22). What does Jesus sacrifice accomplish and how does it redeem us? Why did God require his sacrifice in the first place? Will only Christian's benefit from Jesus' sacrifice?




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The Divine Plan of the Ages

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"The title of this series of studies -- The Divine Plan of the Ages, suggests a progression in the Divine arrangement, foreknown to our God and orderly.

PHOTODRAMA HISTORY & THE BIBLE

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Join us on our journey through creation as we explore God's vast universe and his divine plan of salvation for man. "The reverence of Jehovah is the beginning of wisdom." Only the foolish say in their heart, "There is no God." "Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night showeth knowledge." "The heavens declare the glory of God."--Psalms 111:10; 14:1; 19:1,2

An appreciation of the infinite power of the Creator and of our own littleness should make us teachable. The study of creation is the "key of knowledge." Using this key we begin to realize that the only worthy ambition is to co-operate with our Creator's beneficient designs respecting His creation.


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