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Study Resources :: Text Commentaries :: Don Stewart :: 10 Reasons to Trust the Bible

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Ten Reasons to Trust the Bible


Christianity is a faith that is based upon a book. Indeed, for Christians, in all ages, there has been one supreme and comprehensive source of knowledge about God and humanity; the collection of writings known as “the Bible.”

We also find that the Bible itself claims to be the last word on all matters. Whenever it speaks on a subject, it speaks with the ultimate authority of the Living God.

These are the claims of Scripture. But are they true? How do Christians know they are not deceived when they believe them? How can non-Christians know the Bible can be trusted?

This book provides evidence as to why we should accept these claims—“Ten Reasons to Trust the Bible,” or “The Ten Wonders of the Bible.” It looks at ten specific things that set the Bible apart from any other book that has ever been written.

Once this evidence is considered, it will be clear that the Bible is a trustworthy book. Indeed, the facts will demonstrate that it is exactly what it claims to be—the divine revelation of the living God to the human race.

With this in mind, let’s look at the “Ten Reasons to Trust the Bible.”

Should the Written Scripture Be Our Source of Authority? ← Prior Section
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