Reasonable Theology Podcast

The Reliability of the Bible | RTP 48

January 10, 2022 Clay Kraby Season 4 Episode 48
Reasonable Theology Podcast
The Reliability of the Bible | RTP 48
Show Notes

The reliability of Scripture is among the most important truths that the field of apologetics deals with. In this radio interview I discuss four important areas of evidence to be familiar with when defending the Bible's authenticity.

Listen as we talk about why we can trust that our Bibles have been faithfully preserved from the original writings until now.

On This Episode We’ll Discuss:

  • The vast number of early manuscripts we have - Scripture is by far the best attested of all ancient writings
  • The archaeological support of Biblical people, places, and events
  • How  we know the writings were faithfully preserved
  • When the New Testament accounts were written (and why that matters)

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