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Defending Inerrancy

Dr. Norman Geisler has a site that you need to visit called Defending Inerrancy.  The site focuses on the issues involved with the Bible as the inerrant and infallible Word of God.  I strongly support this viewpoint and would stand with all my brothers and sisters in Christ who love the Bible and believe that the Word is given to us by the Spirit of God (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

May we stand firm for the Word of God.

You can visit the site here.

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Written by The Seeking Disciple

06/19/2014 at 8:51 PM

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  1. Brother, it would be of some benefit to you to study what was in the earliest manuscripts and what wasnt. The best approach is to seek the Truth. Many people worship the Bible more than God,so they defend the inerrancy because for them to say one thing should not be in there hurts their trust in God.
    In my research there are 3 parts of scripture that should not be in a NKJV Bible. (the nkjv and kjv are the best versions. The Niv adds several verses, and takes away many.)

    1st John 5.7b “And there are three in heaven…”
    This is definately added. You wont find it in any manuscript before the 11th century.
    The Story of the woman caught in Adultery. (im not certain on this) It is said this isnt found in any of the early texts.

    Finally (not 100%, but pretty sure) that the book of hebrews is not scriptural.
    If you read the letters of Clement of Rome he says word for word chapters from that book. Clement knew paul and peter, and when he wrote these passages he did not say it was scripture. He was writing for himself.
    Paul said clearly he would have his signature on EVERY letter he wrote. This has no signature.
    This book was not in the earliest canons.
    Finally, Hebrews 6.4 is not true at all. The verse says people cant go astray and then come back to repentance. It says it is impossible. This is very wrong as we all know people who have. Its very common.
    There are other doctrinal issues in the book that are debatable, but ill leave it at that.
    The rest of the scriptures are solid.
    This shouldnt hurt anyone’s faith. Jesus didnt hand the apostles a bible. For 200 years people argued about what should be in it and what shouldnt. In my research I believe they did a great job. I think King James and his people did a great Job. Our biggest enemy are these new versions of scripture, especially the NIV.
    Thanks

    malaach

    06/21/2014 at 11:46 AM


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