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Biblical Doctrines of Inspiration and Preservation Video

More Resources on Bibliology, the Doctrine of Scripture The Biblical Doctrines of Inspiration and Preservation: A Video The video below reviews the Biblical teaching on the inspiration of Scripture and its preservation, namely, that the Bible's very words, and all of its words, are inspired, and that those very words, and all of those words, [...]

Where the Critical Text Rejects All Manuscript Evidence

More Resources on Bibliology, the Doctrine of Scripture   View as PDF   An Instance in the New Testament where the Critical Text Rejects All Manuscript Evidence   It should be noted, as one can ascertain by examining the textual apparatus at walkinhiscommandments.com by Dr. Pickering, that in Luke 3:33, the TR, following [...]

The Book of Daniel: Prophetic Proof the Bible is the Word of God

Resources Presenting Evidence that the Bible is God's Word More Resources on Evidence for Christianity and Christian Apologetics View as PDF Note:  The PDF file has pictures which are not present in the text below, and may be easier to read than the text. The Book of Daniel:  Proof that the Bible is [...]

What is going on in Psalm 22:16 with “like a lion my hands and my feet?”

More Resources on Bibliology, the Doctrine of Scripture [button title="Download PDF" link="http://faithsaves.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Ps-2216-solved1.pdf" target="_blank" size="small" background="#cf573e" color="#fff" text_shadow="#8d321f"] Note: Please read the PDF file if the Hebrew is garbled on your computer. What is going on in Psalm 22:16 with yDl◊går◊w yådÎy yîrSaD;k, “like a lion my hands and my feet?” The KJV reads: Psa. 22:16 [...]

Inerrancy, the modern Critical Text, and the question of which edition of the Textus Receptus is Perfect

[button title="Download PDF" link="http://faithsaves.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Inerrancy-the-CT-MT-and-TR.pdf" target="_blank" size="small" background="#cf573e" color="#fff" text_shadow="#8d321f"] Inerrancy, the modern Critical Text, and the question of which edition of the Textus Receptus is Perfect 1.) In Matthew 1:7-8, the critical text (CT) affirms twice that the scribe Asaph (∆Asa¿f), rather than king Asa (∆Asa¿), was the ancestor of Christ. The Textus Receptus correctly [...]