5 edition of What can we know? found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Louis P. Pojman.|
|LC Classifications||BD161 .P68 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 352 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||00029007|
Why We Know Genesis is a Book of History. 9 minute read In the film, we discussed only briefly the Bible’s own witness to itself as a book of accurate history. We therefore developed an entire Bible study that explores nearly everything the Bible says about the first chapters of Genesis. The doctrine of revelation is the foundation of. If we did not realize already that it takes a lifetime to understand the Bible (and that’s a good thing), the point is driven home when we get to the last book in the Bible— starts out simply enough, it is a “revelation (in Greek, apocalypse) from Jesus Christ,” it is a “prophecy,” and it comes as a letter to seven churches.
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No wonder there is no room for Jesus Christ, and no room for the Bible. We are all so scientifically orthodox nowadays, so materialistic and certain that rationalism is the basis of things, that we make the Bible out to be the most revolutionary, unorthodox and heretical of books.” It’s that “rationalism” that we need to address. Articles About Is the Bible True? Truth + Fable = Lies. Let’s look at three aspects of the Bible taken together to explain how we know it wasn’t simply made up. “There is a book” Ken Ham reminded Nye at the recent debate, and the Bible’s history is history we can trust.
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The fact that God exists is obvious from creation, but in order to know who God is, we must learn what He has revealed about Himself in the Bible. In this booklet, Dr.
R.C. Sproul explains what Scripture teaches about God’s nature, will, and attributes, presenting a glorious picture of the one true God—the God we are called to know, trust.
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