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Lesson 4: The Bible Is Unique In Its CanonicityGregory Brown05/01/2021
Part Vb: CANONIZATION — Chapter Seven: A Tantalizing QuestionBill McRae11/10/2014
Part Va: CANONIZATION — Chapter Six: The Collection BeginsBill McRae11/10/2014
No “Lost” BooksGreg Koukl07/03/2013
“Misquoting” Jesus?, Answering Bart EhrmanGreg Koukl07/03/2013
10. Jesus Appears on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35)Jodi Hooper06/25/2012
3. 1 Thessalonians 2:13 and an Emerging Canon ConsciousnessDaniel B. Wallace09/25/2009
Authority of the BiblePatrick Zukeran09/04/2009
6. CanonicitySid Litke03/18/2008
Review of Bart D. Ehrman, Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why (San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 2005)Daniel B. Wallace01/03/2006
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Question & Answers:

What is the unique contribution of the book of Esther to the canon of Scripture?
Why are some books missing from the KJV?
Why does the Protestant Bible have 66 books and the Catholic Bible have 73?
What’s the importance of the studying of the DATE of a given book (gospels, epistlse, etc)?
How did we get our Bible, who wrote it and who decided what order to put it in?