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The Inspiration Of The Bible

The Inspiration Of The Bible

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Truth is critical to life because our perception of it forms our understanding of the world, our identity, our purpose, our destiny, our pain, and our future. Our perception of truth informs what we eat and drink, what medicine we ingest, what we pursue, and who we trust and follow. Our perception of truth is the foundation of every decision, conviction, and action.

When it comes to the Bible, how do we know it is true? When we read the Bible’s claims about God, man, morality, justice, sin, righteousness, life, and death, how are we to know if we should believe and build our lives on these truth claims? How do we know the Bible is not a myth?

A myth is a widely held false belief that lacks viability and reliability. The events in the Bible are based on actual, verifiable, historical people, places, and events. Eyewitnesses of these events were inspired by God to carefully record what they saw and their testimony was preserved inside accountable communities that contained other eyewitnesses able to verify their testimony. The Bible is not a myth, but an infallible and inspired revelation from God about who He is, who we are, and how we are to live in His world. The Bible is true through and through.

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