6. Further Analysis – A Reflection on Evidences for Biblical Inerrancy (Part 3)

6. THE BIBLE'S COHERENCE “The Bible is a collection of more than 60 books written by various people from many different places over a long period of time. And still they all teach the same message. Such a work would be impossible if it had not been guided by God!” I understand it’s easy to … Continue reading 6. Further Analysis – A Reflection on Evidences for Biblical Inerrancy (Part 3)

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5. Further Analysis – A Reflection on Evidences for Biblical Inerrancy (Part 2)

3. BIBLICAL PROPHECIES “The Bible has several prophecies that were fulfilled. Most are about Jesus, revealed centuries before his birth and fulfilled in his person.” This is indeed one of the strongest arguments for biblical inerrancy. I remember I was astonished when I read verses of Isaiah 53 predicting things that happened with Jesus in … Continue reading 5. Further Analysis – A Reflection on Evidences for Biblical Inerrancy (Part 2)

4. Further Analysis – A Reflection on Evidences for Biblical Inerrancy (Part 1)

So after realizing I had no logical reason to simply accept everything in the Bible by faith, I still regarded the divine origin of the Bible as a possible hypothesis, and I felt I should examine a little more the concrete evidences some Christians claim to have for biblical inerrancy. Even though I already knew … Continue reading 4. Further Analysis – A Reflection on Evidences for Biblical Inerrancy (Part 1)

2. The First Turn of the Wheel – A Reflection on Faith in the Bible

I was very happy for all of the moral teachings and inspiration I had found in the Bible studies, and I wanted to believe and accept the idea that the Bible was God’s inerrant word. But I couldn’t help but feel quite unsatisfied with the evidences I had. The practice of glossolalia, that is, of … Continue reading 2. The First Turn of the Wheel – A Reflection on Faith in the Bible