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Is The Bible Reliable?

Is the Bible Reliable?Is The Bible Reliable?


Who is God, and how can we know him? The Bible claims to be the direct revelation of our Creator. So if the biblical record is true, it is a primary means by which the God of the universe has revealed Himself to mankind. However, if it can be proved false, then the God of whom it speaks is simply one more pretender in the assembly of gods that man has created.


A study from Focus on the Family and a part of The Truth Project, Is the Bible Reliable? is a DVD study with ten 30-minute lessons and a 96-page, two-color discussion guide.  The lessons are as follows:  

  1. The Patriarchal Narratives & The Documentary Hypothesis
  2. The Exodus: From Egypt to Canaan
  3. The Israelites Conquest
  4. Israel’s Rise to Prominence through David and Solomon
  5. The Assyrian Invasion
  6. The Babylonian Conquest of Judah
  7. New Testament
  8. The Reliability of Luke and Acts
  9. How Archaeology Backs Up the New Testament
  10. The Trial of Jesus

Dr. Stephen Meyer, a Cambridge graduate and former geophysicist and college professor, shows the listener the historical facts and archaeological evidence that allows the to verify the truth of the Bible.  The listener will hopefully see that historical evidence proves that the Bible is, in fact, true.



This is a study for those who are interested in understanding WHY they believe in the Bible and Jesus.  This DVD study helps you to formulate your argument for your defense of your belief.  

You can follow up by watching Does God Exist? and Who Is Jesus? two other DVD studies in the series.  

Purchase the DVD series or watch for free on Amazon Prime.  


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