Throughout the ages, there have been many deceptions about the Bible meant to dissuade believers from accepting the Word of God as Truth. How can we know what is true and what is not true when it comes to what we read in the pages of the Bible?
What is truth? That’s the question Pilate posed to Jesus when he was being falsely accused.
How can we know what is true and what is no true when it comes to what we read in the pages of the Bible?
Of course, we need always be praying for discernment and wisdom so we can know right from wrong and we need to employ common sense, which is a rare commodity these days.
Take the divinity of Jesus, for example. C. S. Lewis said this about our Lord:
Jesus could only have been one of four things: a legend, a liar, a lunatic—or Lord and God. There is so much historical and archeological evidence to support his existence that every reputable historian agrees he was not just a legend. If Jesus were a liar, why would he die for his claim, when he could easily have avoided such a cruel death with a few choice words? And, if he were a lunatic, how did he engage in intelligent debates with his opponents or handle the stress of his betrayal and crucifixion while continuing to show a deep love for his antagonists? Christ said he was Lord and God. The evidence supports that claim.
I’m Ronald Dart. Now let’s listen to part 10 of Wes White’s study on the Book of Genesis.