The Bible: God’s Inspired Communication to Mankind

The Bible is not only the best-known of all holy books in the history of man, it is also the most vilified of all books, both religious and non-religious. Comprised of two covenants, Old and New, and spanning 66 books, it tells of the creation of mankind and then concludes with a look into future with an ominous prediction of how all things will end.

Ultimately it speaks of a loving, personal God who graciously has revealed himself to man, without which mankind would be left to grope in the dark of an otherwise meaningless existence. Since the Bible continues to be the most talked about and criticized of all books, the following articles are provided to help answer some of the most often asked questions about the Bible, as well as respond to the most common criticisms.

What is Meant by the Terms “Old” and “New” Testaments?

Is the Biblical Canon Closed?

What is Meant by Biblical Inerrancy?

What Does “Inspiration” of the Bible Mean?

How Should One Interpret the Bible?

Is Not the Bible Full of Contradictions and Errors?

Why are there Only 66 Book in the Bible?

Which Version of the Bible is the Word of God?

Is 1 John 5:7 a “Corruption”?

Does the Bible Predict Muhammad’s Revelation?

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