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Part II: INSPIRATION — Chapter Three: A Second EncounterBill McRae11/10/2014
A Book To Die For: A Practical Study Guide On How Our Bible Came To UsBill McRae11/10/2014
Ancient Words, Ever True?Greg Koukl07/03/2013
For King Or Country: Where Does Our Hope Lie? (Psalm 47 )Jeff Horch03/21/2013
1. Revelation and InspirationBill McRae04/05/2010
How I Know Christianity is TruePatrick Zukeran09/09/2009
Authority of the BiblePatrick Zukeran09/04/2009
10. Eyewitness Testimony in Mark’s GospelJames M. Arlandson05/13/2008
10. Eyewitness Testimony in Luke’s GospelJames M. Arlandson05/13/2008
9. Authoritative Testimony in Matthew’s GospelJames M. Arlandson04/21/2008
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Question & Answers:

How did John know what Jesus prayed in John 17, if Jesus prayed alone?
Does God communicate to us outside the Bible?
Could you please explain to me how to reconcile the issue of innerrancy and the complete trustworthiness of Scripture in 1 Sam. 13:1, when almost every translation reads different?
If you say you believe in the inspiration of the original manuscripts, does this mean you do not believe this carries over to our English translations?
I heard that Hebrew language had no means of determining past, present, or future tense. Could the prophecies in the OT possibly refer to past and future events simultaneously?
When studing Scriptures, how much should you take into account the culture that the original writer lived?
I’m troubled with the contradiction between Acts 9:7 and 22:9 where it is unclear whether the men with Paul at his conversion heard the voice he did.