The following 250+ books on faith are free to view and download. For authors with materials that are not available, their site addresses are given. I guarantee that you will not be familiar with many of the authors on this page. There was some very good Bible scholarship being done at the turn of the last century,  and many wonderful books of faith were written at that time. We have many of them here, and much more to come.

Bob Yandian

Since 1980, Bob Yandian has been pastor of Grace Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is also the host of Real Answers television broadcast, Precepts radio broadcast, and founder of Grace School of Ministry. Study Materials and Articles

Jack Hayford

President of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, Founding Pastor of The Church On The Way, Founder and Chancellor of The King’s College and Seminary

Jon Ruthven

Jon Ruthven, Professor Emeritus, Regent University School of Divinity
Article – What’s Right About the Faith Movement
Book – What’s Right About the Faith Movement
Article – On the Cessation of the Charismata
Book – On the Cessation of the Charismata: The Protestant Polemic on Post-biblical Miracles
Book – The Foundational Gifts of Ephesians 2:20
Book – Women and Ministry
Book – They Called Jesus a Counterfeit Too
Book – Were Our Founders Right After All About the ‘Initial Evidence’ and the ‘Full Gospel’?
Book – The “Imitation of Christ” In Christian Tradition
Book – A Brief Biblical Response to MacArthur’s Strange Fire
Book – Spirit and Kingdom – James D. G. Dunn
Book – This Is My Covenant with Them – Isaiah 59.19-21 (Part I)
Book – This Is My Covenant with Them – Isaiah 59.19-21 (Part II)
Book – Can a Charismatic Theology Be Biblical?
Book – On Emerging from the Protestant Theological Cocoon
Book – Back to the Future for Pentecostal/Charismatic Evangelicals
Book – Between Two Worlds: One Dead, the Other Powerless to be Born? Pentecostal Theological Education vs. Training for Christian Service
Book – Are Pentecostal Seminaries a Good Idea?
Book – The Prophecy That Is Shaping History

William Lane Craig

American analytic philosopher, philosophical theologian, and Christian apologist. He is known for his work on the philosophy of time and the philosophy of religion, specifically the existence of God and the defense of Christian theism. Personal WebsitePodcasts, Scholarly Articles, and Popular Articles

Troy J. Edwards – Victory Through The Word

The God-Kind Of Faith – Part 1
The God-Kind Of Faith – Part 2

Joe McIntyre

Does God Have Faith?

Dodie Osteen

Book – Healed of Cancer

Mirek Hufton

Book – Receiving God’s Mercy – A Testimony of Healing

J. Vernon McGee – More Information

Booklet – Faith + 0 = Salvation
Booklet – Some Seed.?!
Booklet – Was Abraham Justified By Works?
Booklet – How to Stand Against Satan
Booklet – How You Can Have the Assurance of Salvation
Booklet – Life’s Biggest Question and God’s Answer
Booklet – Satan: Who is He?
Booklet – The Secret of Power
Booklet – What Can Believers Do in Days of Apostasy?
Booklet – When Paul Prayed
Booklet – Daniel: Choosing to Stand Alone
Booklet – Darkness and Light: The Day of the Lord
Booklet – One Hour in Romans
Booklet – World Dominion: Whose Will it Be?

Early Movement Authors:
A.A. Allen

Book – The Price of God’s Miracle Working Power
Christian Workers Bible College Correspondence Courses – How To Have Gods Faith and Health – Healing – Holiness

A. B. Simpson – Biography

Book – Nyack Diary
Book – Surviving Diary
Book – The Gospel of Healing
Book – The Lord of the Body
Book – Walking In the Spirit
Book – The Prayer Life
Book – The Fourfold Gospel
Book – Service For the King
Book – Standing on Faith
Book – Present Truths or the Supernatural
Book – The Cross of Christ
Book – Danger Lines in the Deeper Life

Aimee Semple McPherson

Book – This Is That (Over 100 MB)
Book – Divine Healing Sermons

Smith Wigglesworth

The Smith Wigglesworth Blog – Best Wigglesworth sermon site!
God-Given Faith
Have Faith in God
The Way to Overcome: Believe!
Booklet – Clothed With the Spirit
Book – Faith That Prevails
Book – Ever Increasing Faith

Charles G. Finney

Book – Revivals; How To Promote Them (A compilation of many revivalists)
Book – Memoirs of Rev. Charles G. Finney
Book – Charles G. Finney An Autobiography
Book – A Biography of Charles Grandison Finney-by G.F. Wright
Book – Lectures on Revival
Book – Revival Fire
Book – Systematic-Theology-1878 Version

F.F. Bosworth

Book – Christ the Healer – A 1924 classic on divine healing

Gordon Lindsay

Book – William Branham a Man Sent from God
Book – A Thousand Years of Peace
Book – How You May Become a Successful Christian
Book – The Second Coming Of Christ
Book – Life After Death
Book – Gifts Of The Spirit
Book – Is Jesus the Son of God
Book – Why the Bible Is the Word of God
Book – How You Can Be Healed
Book – Prayer That Moves Mountains
Book – The Way To Eternal Life
Book – Gods Master Key to Prosperity
Book – Apostles Prophets and Governments

John G. Lake

The Real Christian
Book – Adventures In God

E.W. Kenyon

E.W. Kenyon Gospel Publishing Society – Official E.W. Kenyon sermon and book site!
His Name On Our Lips Brings Healing
Claiming Our Rights
What We Are In Christ
A New Type of Christianity

George Mueller (George Müller)

Book – Answers to Prayer by George Mueller – 1895
Book – George Mueller Man of Faith
Book – George Mueller of Bristol – Arthur T. Pierson – 1899 – Plain Text Version
Book – Preaching and Missionary Labors of George Muller – Mrs. Mueller – 1889
Book – George Mueller A. Sims
Book – The Life of Trust – 1898
Book – George Muller & Andrew Reed – E.R. Pitman – 1885

John Alexander Dowie – Books About Him

Book – John Alexander Dowie – Gordan Lindsay
Book – Dowie Anointed Of The Lord – Arthur Newcomb
Book – The Apostle of Divine Healing – Gordon P. Gardiner

Andrew Murray

Book – Divine Healing
Book – The Ministry of Intercession – 1898
Book – The Two Covenants – 1898
Book – With Christ in the School of Prayer – 189?
Book – Waiting on God – 1897
Book – The Full Blessing of Pentecost – 1908
Book – Absolute Surrender – 1897
Living Faith in the Power of God

Jonathan Edwards

Jonathan Edward’s Biography
God’s Sovereignty In the Salvation of Men
Christ’s Agony
True And False Conversion
An Unpublished Essay On the Trinity
Book – Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God
Book – Freedom of the Will
Book – Religious Affections
Book – The Justice of God in the Damnation of Sinners
Book – The Works of Jonathan Edwards Volume One – Complete Works – One
Book – The Works of Jonathan Edwards Volume Two – Complete Works – Two
Book – A God-Entranced Vision of All Things – by John Piper & Justin Taylor

William Carey – Biography – The father and founder of modern missions

Book – The Life of William Carey by George Smith
Book – William Carey by John Brown Myers
Book – A Garo Jungle Book by William Carey

E. M. Bounds

Book – Heaven
Book – Prayer and Praying Men
Book – Preacher and Prayer
Book – Purpose In Prayer
Book – Satan
Book – The Ineffable Glory
Book – The Resurrection
Book – Prayer and Praying Men
Book – The Reality of Prayer
Book – Men of Prayer Needed
Book – The Weapon of Prayer
Book – Power Through Prayer
Book – The Essentials of Prayer

John R. Mott

Book – The Evangelization of the World in this Generation – 1900
Book – The Present World Situation – 1914
Book – The Pastor and Modern Missions– 1904
Book – The Vision of the Student Missionary Pioneers – 1910

Others

Book – John A. MacMillan – The Authority of the Believer A Classic on Faith.
Book – Charles S. Price – The Real Faith – 1940 A Classic on Faith.
Book – A.G. Hogg – Redemption From This World – 1922 – “MIRACLES studied too exclusively as events, too little as deeds.”
Book – A.J. Gordon – The Ministry of Healing – 1882
Book – Joseph F. Randolph – The Law of Faith – 1914 A book on faith, written from a lawyer’s perspective
Book – Billy Sunday – Billy Sunday Sermons
Book – Billy Sunday – Billy Sunday the Man and His Message by William T. Ellis – 1917
Book – Richard Baxter – Reformed Pastor – 1656 A Classic on Pastoring and Ministry
Book – Thomas Watson – The Christian Soldier or Heaven Taken by Storm – Original 1669 and revised in 1816

Inspirational and Prophetic Books

Book – Thomas À. Kempis – The Imitation of Christ (Scanned version) – A devotional and religious classic – 1400’s
Book – Rebecca Ruter Springer – Intra Muros – The most well known and classic book on Heaven – Original Scanned Version
Book – S.B. Shaw – Dying Testimonies of Saved and UnsavedOriginal Scanned Version – 1898
Book – Anonymous – Our Eternal Homes – 1867
Book – H.A. Baker – Visions Beyond the Veil – 1950 – A Wild Classic
Book – H.A. Baker – Heaven and the Angels – 1950s
Book – H.A. Baker – Visions of Other Parts of the Heavenly City – 1950s
Book – John Ketchum – The Northbound and Southbound Trains – A recent vision contrasting freedom and bondage

Reference Materials

Book – Barbara M. Bowen – Strange Scriptures That Perplex the Western Mind – 1944
Book – St. Athanasius – On the Incarnation – c. 297 – 373
Book – George E. Croscup – The Gospel History of Our Lord Made Visible – 1912
Book – Adolf Harnack – The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries – 1908
Book – John Fox – Fox’s Book of Martyrs – 1563
Book – Richard Holt Hutton – Aspects of Religious and Scientific Thought – 1899
Bible – The Summarized Bible by Keith L. Brooks – 1919 – A Chapter by Chapter Summary of the New Testament

Greek Grammar, Text, and Word Studies

Book – Marvin R Vincent – Word Studies in the New Testament – Vol 1 & 2 – 1886
Book – Marvin R Vincent – Word Studies in the New Testament – Vol 3 & 4 – 1886
Book – A.T. Robertson – New Testament Work Pictures – 1912
Book – A.T. Robertson – Epochs in the Life of Paul – 1909
Book – A.T. Robertson – Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research (Searchable Text) – 1914 (Original Scan)
Book – A.T. Robertson – Commentary on the Gospel According to Matthew – 1911
Book – A.T. Robertson – The New Citizenship – 1919
Book – James Moulton – A Grammar of New Testament Greek – 1908
Book – James Moulton – New Testament Greek in the Light of Modern Discovery – 1909
Book – Herbert W. Smith – Greek Grammar for Colleges – 1920
Book – Richard C. Trench – Synonyms of the New Testament – 1880
Book – Daniel B. Wallace – Choosing a Translation – 2000

Alfred Edersheim

Book – The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah – 1907
Book – Before Annas and Caiaphas
Book – Bible History Old Testament – 1890
Book – Sketches of Jewish Social Life – 1881
Book – The Temple – Its Ministry & Service – 1904

Henry Barclay Swete

Book – The Parables of the Kingdom – 1920
Book – The Life of the World to Come – 1917
Book – The Last Discourse and Prayer of Our Lord – 1913
Book – The Gospel According to Mark – 1913
Book – The Ascended Christ – 1910
Book – The Apostles Creed – 1894
Book – The Old Testament in Greek – 1914
Book – Studies in the Teaching of Our Lord – 1903
Book – Patristic Study – 1902
Book – Essays on the Early History of the Church – 1921
Book – The Holy Spirit in the Ancient Church – 1912
Book – The Appearances of Our Lord After the Passion – 1908

John Cunningham Geikie

Book – The Life of Christ – 1889
Book – Short Life of Christ – 1888
Book – The-Apostles Their Lives and Letters – 1895
Book – Entering on Life – 1887
Book – Holy Land and the Bible Vol 1 – 1888
Book – Holy Land and the Bible Vol 2 – 1887
Book – Hours with the Bible Vol 1 – 1903
Book – Hours with the Bible Vol 2 – 1903
Book – Hours with the Bible Vol 3 – 1903
Book – Hours with the Bible Vol 4 – 1887
Book – Hours with the Bible Vol 5 – 1903
Book – Hours with the Bible Vol 6 – 1886
Book – Hours with the Bible Vol 7 Index – 1888
Book – Life and words of Jesus Christ Vol 1 – 1877
Book – Life and words of Jesus Christ Vol 2 – 1877
Book – New Testament Hours Vol 1 – 1894
Book – New Testament Hours Vol 2 – 1895
Book – New Testament Hours Vol 3 – 1895
Book – Old Testament Characters – 1886
Book – Old Testament Portraits – 1878

Henry Clay Trumbull

Book – The Blood Covenant – 1898 – The classic book on the blood covenant
Book – Kadesh Barnea – 1895
Book – The Covenant of Salt – 1899
Book – The Threshold Covenant – 1896
Book – Studies In Oriental Social Life – 1894
Book – Prayer Its Nature and Scope – 1896
Book – Our Misunderstood Bible – 1907
Book – Philip Eugene Howard – The Life Story of Henry Clay Trumbull – 1906

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  3. Why we should believe the Bible

    We should believe the Bible because of the wealth of good evidence that has demonstrated the Bible is historically reliable and divinely inspired. It speaks about:

    • Its hundreds of fulfilled prophecies
    • The Bible’s amazing internal harmony
    • The Bible’s incredible scientific accuracy and foresight
    • Thousands of archaeological discoveries
    • Numerous details in the Bible that have been corroborated by extrabiblical historical sources
    • And so on

    THE BIBLE IS SCIENTIFICALLY ACCURATE

    For the Bible to be regarded as the inspired word of God, it must be scientifically accurate…since God would certainly know the facts about his creation. A word of caution, however, as we seek to evaluate the claim of scientific accuracy. Over time, science has often discovered new facts that confirmed a revised understanding of the truth, previously unknown. These discoveries have always been consistent with the Bible, however, at times a careful consideration of the words and (importantly) the context of the words must be made.
    The account of creation (the Bible: 1450 B.C.; science: 1900s). The account of creation as given in the Bible (Genesis 1) is accurate according to the steps understood by science. Written down originally by Moses, they were not fully recognized by science until the 1900s, using modern astronomy, physics, chemistry, paleontology, and geology.

    Time, space and matter had a beginning (the Bible: 1450 B.C.; science: 1916). The Bible’s first words are “in the beginning.” And elsewhere, including the New Testament, there are references to the beginning of time (2 Timothy 1:9; Titus 1:2; 1 Corinthians 2:7). In 1915, Albert Einstein’s equations of general relativity proposed a beginning of time, matter and space. Later these equations were confirmed by repeated experiments.

    The first law of thermodynamics (the Bible: 1450 B.C.; science: 1842). The law of conservation of energy indicates that matter and energy can neither be created nor destroyed (just converted). There are many biblical references to God’s completion (that is, there was no more creation), going as far back as Genesis (2:2-3), and also in several other books (Psalm 148:6; Isaiah 40:26; 2 Peter 3:3-7; Hebrews 4:3-4,10). Joule and Mayer both independently discovered this in the same year (1842), what is now known as the first law of thermodynamics.

    The second law of thermodynamics (the Bible: 1000 B.C.; Science: 1850). Commonly known as entropy, this law states that all things progress from a state of order to a state of disorder (within a closed system) without a purposeful input of energy. Common illustrations: things decay, springs unwind, stars burn out, heat dissipates, and materials become mixed over time. There are many references to the principle of entropy in the Bible, for example,

    In the beginning you laid the foundations of the earth, and the heavens are the work of your hands. They will perish, but you remain; they will all wear out like garment (Psalm 102:25-26).

    Other similar references include Isaiah 51:6; Matthew 24:35; Romans 8:20-22; 1 John 2:17; and Hebrews 12:27. In 1850, Clausius discovered this second law of thermodynamics.

    Circumcision on the eighth day (the Bible: 1450 B.C.; science: 1947). No one really knows for sure why God specifically chose circumcision as the sign of his covenant with Abraham (Genesis 17:11). Though it seems like an odd practice, research has indicated that it does have medical value. A study in the mid-1900s showed that Jewish women had a lower rate of cervical cancer. The smegma bacillus has been shown to be a major cause of cervical cancer. It can be easily carried in the foreskin of uncircumcised males and transferred to females through a abrasions of the cervix (as those occurring in childbirth).

    Interestingly, God specified that newborns be circumcised on the eighth day after childbirth (Genesis 17:12). Research shows that infants are particularly susceptible to hemorrhaging from the second day after birth to the fifth. A small cut can be deadly. Vitamin K, necessary for the production of prothrombin (the body’s blood-clotting substance) is not present sufficiently until days five through seven. It skyrockets to 110 percent of normal on day eight, and then levels off. The Bible specifies the best possible day.

    Sterilization (the Bible: 1450 B.C.; science: 1800s). It is easy to take our understanding of germs and disease for granted. However, germs and sterilization were not understood until the time of Joseph Lister (1865), near the end of the Civil War. The Bible required sterilization for many things: infectious disease (Leviticus 13), childbirth (chapter 12), bodily discharges (chapter 15), and handling of the dead (Numbers 19).

    Interesting to note that many of the world’s greatest scientists have been Christians working from within a Christian worldview, including men such as Nicolaus Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, and Sir Isaac Newton. These brilliant men found to be true what many others discovered: The Bible is a book that can be trusted.

    Archaeological Evidence

    Archaeologists have discovered substantial support about many
    details of Jesus’ life. Some examples include:

    Indirect Resurrection Evidence

    Evidence that the people in Jesus’ time believed in the resurrection is found on caskets of bones (ossuaries) discovered in a sealed tomb outside Jerusalem in 1945. Coins minted in about A.D. 50 were found inside the caskets, dating the burial within about 20 years of Jesus’ crucifixion. Markings are clearly legible, including several statements reflecting knowledge of Jesus’ ability to overcome death. Example of writings (in Greek) of hope for deceased loved ones include: “Jesus, Help” and “Jesus, Let Him Arise.” The caskets also contain several crosses, clearly marked in charcoal. This is powerful evidence that early Christians believed in Jesus’ ability to triumph over death. It also ties the idea of victory over death to the cross.

    Jesus’ Burial Shroud?

    A burial shroud (Shroud of Turin) is believed by many people to be the actual burial shroud of Jesus (Matthew 27:59; Mark 15:46; Luke 23:53). Items supporting its authenticity are:

    1. Test that confirm fiber type and small particles of limestone dust unique to the region.
    2. Confirmation of blood, in wounds precisely as indicated in the accounts of Jesus’ unique execution.
    3. Confirmation of a crucifixion as likely cause of the type of image created: matching a deceased body.
    4. Coins on eyes dated about the time of Jesus’ crucifixion.

    Sir William Ramsay (1852-1916). Sir William Ramsay was, arguably the greatest archaeologist of his day. His archaeological journeys took him to 32 countries, 44 cities, and 9 islands. Throughout some 15 years of intensive study, he concluded that “Luke is a historian of the first rank, this author should be placed along with the very greatest of historians.”

    The Dead Sea Scrolls

    Any doubt regarding the accurate transmission of manuscripts was erased in 1947
    with the discovery of hundreds of scrolls buried in caves for nearly 2000 years.
    Many were written before 100 B.C. Comparison of biblical books with recent
    Jewish copies shows virtual no change in words or even letters.

    The Trustworthiness of the New Testament

    1 The New Testament has better manuscript evidence than any other ancient book.

    a. There are over 5,000 New Testament manuscripts and portions of manuscripts. By comparison, the majority of classical works have less than 20 manuscripts.

    b. The dates of the New Testament manuscripts are close to the original writings. One Gospel fragment (Ryland’s) dates about 25 years after the Gospel of John and most of the New Testament (Chester Beatty and Bodmer Papyri) from 50-150 years after the originals. Most classical works date from 700 – 1400 years after the originals.

    c. None of the canonical New Testament is lost or missing. By comparison, 107 of Livy’s 142 books of history have been lost and about one half of Tacitus’ 30 books of Annals and Histories is missing.
    2. Good arguments can be given that each of the Gospels was either written by an eyewitness, or significantly influenced by firsthand testimony, as recognized by many contemporary scholars.
    3. Even without proving eyewitness authorship, the Gospels measure up well by normal historical standards used in ancient historiography.
    4. The Gospel are trustworthy sources, as explained by A.M. Hunter
    a. These Christian authors, like their Jewish counterparts, were careful to preserve traditional material.
    b. The Gospels are close to eyewitness sources.
    c. The Gospel authors were honest reporters.
    d. The picture of Jesus presented in the four Gospels is virtually the same (see Archibald M. Hunter, Bible and Gospel, pp. 32-37).
    5. The Gospels and Acts exhibit a specific interest in reporting historical facts, not mythology. This is especially the case when the life of Jesus is reported.
    6. Contemporary historians frequently opposed the application of radical criticism to New Testament studies. According to A.N. Sherwin-White and Michael Grant, such attacks fail at a number of crucial points (see A.N. Sherman-White, Roman Society, pp. 186-193; Grant, Jesus: An Historian Review, pp. 179-184, 199-201).
    a. Numerous ancient works exhibit intentions and methodologies similar to that of the New Testament authors, and yet these ancient works are well accredited as historical works.
    b. There are no ancient writings in the category that radical critics place the Gospels.
    c. New Testament books such as Acts have been largely confirmed by external test of historicity.
    7. The Gospel and Acts were recognized as inspired books almost immediately after being written (see J.B. Lightfoot, The Apostolic Fathers).
    a. 1 Timothy 5:18 quotes Luke 10:7 and refers to it as “Scripture.”
    b. Clement of Rome (about AD 95) speaks of the “Gospel” and quotes portions found in all three synoptic Gospels, referring to them as the words of Jesus (Corinthians 13,46).
    c. Ignatius (Smyrnaeans 3) and Polycarp (Philippians 2, 7), both writing about AD 115, refer to verses in the synoptic Gospels as the words of Christ.
    8. Paul’s epistles were also recognized as inspired Scripture almost immediately after being written.
    a. 2 Peter 3:15-16 calls Paul’s epistles “Scripture.”
    b. Clement of Roman (Corinthians 47), Ignatius (Ephesians 10; to Polycarp 5), and Polycarp (Philippians 1,3-4, 6) all refer to Paul’s writings as inspired.

    Ralph Muncaster, (former atheist) in his book: Examine the Evidence, presents extensive evidence to validate the truth-claims of Christianity. He provides compelling arguments from science, biblical prophecy, history, and archaeology. This former skeptic points out that of all religions and philosophies on earth, only one, Christianity is verifiable and testable. He was challenged to honestly investigate the Bible and the facts of modern science. He was stunned. Fact after fact, from biology, history, archaeology, physics, lined up with the Bible’s account!

    Simon Greenleaf (1783-1853) Greenleaf, (former Atheist), one of the principle founders of the Harvard Law School, and a world-renowned expert on evidence, originally set out to disprove the biblical testimony concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He was certain that a careful examination of the internal witness of the Gospels would dispel all the myths at the heart of Christianity. But this legal scholar came to the conclusion that the witnesses were reliable, and that the resurrection did in fact happen. Being a man of conviction and reason, and in accordance with his conclusions, Greenleaf converted from Agnosticism to Christianity.

    Manuscript Documentation

    The position of Jewish scribe was one of the most demanding and esteemed jobs in biblical times. After training for years, scribes were allowed to practice the profession only after age 30. Often referred to as doctors of the Law, they joined the priests in the teaching of the Law.

    Scripture Copy Rules

    Recording of Holy Scripture was a serious responsibility. So important was exact reproduction that Old Testament scribes were forced to adhere to demanding rules anytime a manuscript was copied:

    1. Scrolls – special paper, ink, and surface preparation required.
    2. Tight specifications – specified column number, 37 letters per column.
    3. Master used – no duplicates of duplicates.
    4. Each letter visually confirmed – no writing of phrases.
    5. Distance between letters checked with thread.
    6. Alphabet – each letter counted and compared to original.
    7. Letters per page counted and compared to master.
    8. Middle letter of scroll verified to be the same as the master.
    9. One mistake – scroll was destroyed (i.e., master scrolls)

    Consider the following facts about the Bible:

    First, the Bible is not just one single book. This is a more common misconception than many people realize, especially with people who do not come from a Judeo-Christian background. Rather than being a single book, the Bible is actually a collection of 66 books, which is called the canon of scriptures. These 66 books contain a variety of genres: history, poetry, prophecy, wisdom literature, letters, and apocalyptic just to name a few.

    Second, these 66 books were written by 40 different authors. These authors came from a variety of backgrounds: shepherds, fishermen, doctors, kings, prophets, and others. And most of these authors never knew one another personally.

    Third, these 66 books were written over a period of 1500 years. Yet again, this is another reminder that many of these authors never knew or collaborated with one another in writing these books.

    Fourth, the 66 books of the Bible were written in 3 different languages. In the Bible we have books that were written in the ancient languages of Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic; a reflection of the historical and cultural circumstances in which each of these books were written.

    And finally, these 66 books were written on 3 different continents: Africa, Asia, and Europe . Once again, this is a testament to the varied historical and cultural circumstances of God’s people.

    Think about the above realities: 66 books, written by 40 different authors, over 1500 years, in 3 different languages, on 3 different continents. What’s more, this collection of books shares a common storyline – the creation, fall, and redemption of God’s people; a common theme – God’s universal love for all of humanity; and a common message – salvation is available to all who repent of their sins and
    commit to following God with all of their heart, soul, mind and strength. In addition to sharing these commonalities, these 66 books contain no historical errors or contradictions. God’s word truly is an amazing collection of writings!

    The entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, bears the mark of Divine inspiration.

    The Bible Itself Argues Against the Possibility of Its Corruption

    The charge that the Bible has been corrupted, contradicts what the Bible itself teaches. After all, in Isaiah 40:8 we read, “The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God stands for ever.” In the New Testament Jesus says, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away”
    (Matthew 24:35).

    The Almighty God who had the power and sovereign control to inspire the Scriptures in the first place is surely going to continue to exercise His power and sovereign control in the preservation of Scripture.

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