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Publisher Description

The Christian faith rises or falls on the historical credibility of the Bible, particularly the New Testament documents. In today’s post-modern culture, Christians and those searching for answers face numerous questions including:

Are the New Testament writings historically reliable?

How do we know those books are authoritative?

Who decided which documents to include?

What about the apocryphal or deuteron-canonical writings?

Can we know for certain that the Bible is accurate and complete? 


This book reduces the large volume of available (yet very technical) information on the subject by providing a concise analysis of the facts to help you gain confidence in the credibility of the New Testament canon.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Forward

Read This First! 

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 The Need for Credibility 

Chapter 3 An Historical Overview of the Resources 

Chapter 4 Apostolic Authority of the Gospels 

Chapter 5 Apostolic Authority of Acts and the Letters 

Chapter 6 Influencing the Spread 

Chapter 7 The Apostolic Fathers 

Chapter 8 The Later Church Fathers 

Chapter 9 The Non-Canonical Writings 

Chapter 10 The Canon and Church Authority 

Chapter 11 Formatting the Texts 

Chapter 12 Putting It All Together 

Chapter 13 What Difference Does It Make? 

Chapter 14 Conclusion 

Postscript: Faith & History 

Glossary 

Annotated Bibliography 

Endnotes

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2010
March 23
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
160
Pages
PUBLISHER
ECS Ministries
SELLER
ECS Ministries
SIZE
1.3
MB

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