Sunday, 11 September 2011

Why believing the Bible

Often we hear people  arguing that Jesus did not exist. But that would be the same as saying Alexander the Great, Stalin or Hitler did not exist. You may either like or not like those persons, you cannot neglect the historical evidence that those persons existed and did certain things which shall stay imprinted in human history.

Though less proof is available of certain persons, like Aristotle, Euripides or others than that of Jesus nobody seems to object that those philosophers existed.

Also a strange thing about historical accuracy is that in the Bible several events where predicted and written down many years before the events took place. In worldly writings we can only find details about those prophesied things after they occurred in real life.


Brother Dr Martyn Lawrence is Senior Publisher at a leading academic publishing house. He explores the reliability and number of the original manuscripts of the Bible in comparison to other sources of historical events.
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History teacher John Botten explains how the Bible not only records ancient history but also predicted the rise and fall of Alexander the Great.

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Why I Believe the Bible - Archaeology -- Dr Leen Ritmeyer explores how modern day archaeological discoveries verify the Biblical account of historic events.

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Dutch version / Nederlandse versie:Waarom wij in de Bijbel moeten geloven