Can You Trust the Bible?

I like Jesus, but I don’t really trust the Bible.”

This is a very common thought today. Many people like Jesus (or at least their sanitized, politically correct idea of him), but view the Bible as repressive, outdated, filled with errors, and unnecessary. Can you trust the Bible?

This raises an even more interesting question: What did Jesus think of the Bible?

Kevin DeYoung answered this question was answered magnificently at this year’s Together for the Gospel (T4G) conference. I found his message, “Never Spoke a Man Like This Before: Inerrancy, Evangelism and Christ’s Unbreakable Bible,” to be a truly helpful apologetic for the trustworthiness of Scripture.

I can’t recommend it highly enough.

Watch the video.
Listen to the audio.
Get the T4G podcast.

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Luke Simmons

I was born and raised in Denver, CO and lived there through high school. Then I moved to Champaign, IL where I attended the University of Illinois and played on the Fighting Illini baseball team. I was married in December, 2001 to Molly, who I met at the U of I. In June of 2002, we moved to Phoenix and have been here ever since. In July of 2006, we welcomed a baby girl, Abby, into our family.

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