Review: Is the Bible Reliable?
Is the Bible Reliable? Here is the DVD's description: The Bible claims to be the direct revelation of our Creator. So if the biblical record is true, it is a primary means by which the God of the universe has revealed Himself to mankind. However, if it can be proved false, then the God of whom it speaks is simply one more pretender in the assembly of gods that man has created.
In Is the Bible Reliable? Dr. Stephen Meyer challenges you to examine the historical and archaeological evidence to determine for yourself the veracity and accuracy of biblical Scripture. Is the Bible true? You decide.
Includes two DVDs, each with five 30-minute lessons, and a 96-page, two-color discussion guide. Discussion guide also sold separately.
This series was excellently done. The series is taught with a college classroom feel. The students are watching a professor teach. The teacher is passionate about what he is sharing about and he is not afraid to inform you of what the skeptics state and then take on those arguments with evidence. He supports the reliability of the Bible (both OT and NT) from archaeological evidence and from secular scholars. This series gives you confidence in the historical reliability of the Bible and erases that as an argument against believing in the Bible. It leaves you with the question that if the people and the places of the Bible are accurately described, then what do you do with what else it says?
This is an amazing resource that will remain in our home and definitely will become something I will have my children will watch as they grow older. While it is directed towards students going off to college, I think anyone of any age will receive a lot of encouragement and truth from watching it.
I receive this item free of charge from Tyndale Publishing. I was not paid for my opinion.