Bible Reliability

Are There Historical Accounts of Jesus Other Than the New Testament?

Numerous people are convinced that Christianity made up a part of the story of Christ, in order to back-up our faith. This raises the question whether history stands behind our claims on who Jesus really was, and more importantly what non-Christian historians say about Jesus?  Prior to digging deeper into literature, a few things should …

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Are the Deuterocanonical Books part of the Christian Bible?

Numerous Christians have difficulties with the Deuterocanonical Books, being unsure whether these books are part of Scripture or not. The Orthodox and Catholic Churches acknowledge these books, yet the Protestant Churches do not.  Prior to looking at their authenticity, what are the Deuterocanonical Books and why are these books named as such? The terminology ‘’deuterocanonical’’ …

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Is the Bible reliable?

For fourteen centuries, The New Testament has been copied by hand before copy machines were invented in the fifteenth century. Hand copying is very difficult due to the surrounding conditions like a poorly written or unclear original manuscript, bad lighting, cold chambers, uncomfortable conditions, and fatigue. One might expect that the manuscripts that came down …

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Did Jesus believe that the totality of scriptures is the divine word of God?

For many years, skeptics and scholars of textual criticism have attempted to poke holes, and cast doubt on the reliability of Holy Scripture. From the perspective of a skeptic, it makes sense to go after Scripture – because after all, scripture is foundational to the Christian Faith. There have been several questions over the years …

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Coptic Apologetics