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The Reliability of the Bible


How is the Bible inspired? What does it mean for the Bible to be inspired?

What is the meaning of God-breathed in reference to the Bible?

Is the Bible really the Word of God?

What theories are there of biblical inspiration?

Are the translations of the Bible inspired?

What proof do we have for the inspiration of the Bible?

What does tota scriptura mean?

Should we accept the writings of the Apostle Paul as inspired (see 1 Corinthians 7:12)?


Is it important to believe in biblical inerrancy? Why?

Is belief that the Bible is inerrant a requirement to be saved?

What does it mean for the Bible to be infallible? What is biblical infallibility?

Is it possible to prove the infallibility of the Bible?

Is the Bible reliable?

What is the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy?


What is the preservation of the Bible? Is the doctrine of preservation biblical?

What is Verbal Plenary Preservation?

Are only the original manuscripts of the Bible inerrant?

Has the Bible been corrupted, changed, or tampered with?

Are there errors in the Bible?


What does sola scriptura mean?

What do people mean when they say the Bible is our sole authority for faith and practice?

What is meant by the sufficiency of Scripture? How is the Bible sufficient?


Is the Bible true?

Is there anything wrong with questioning the Bible?

Why should I believe the Bible?

How do we know the Bible is not just a fairy tale?

Is the Bible just mythology? How can I know?

How do we know which book — the Bible, the Apocrypha, the Qur'an, the Book of Mormon, etc. — is the Word of God?

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