The Big Book of Bible Answers: A Guide to Understanding the by Ron Rhodes

By Ron Rhodes

Ron Rhodes, bestselling writer and revered Bible student, bargains readers an important array of solutions to the main commonly asked questions on God and the Bible in addition to questions individuals are intimidated to ask.

Rhodes makes use of his years of analysis and lots of years of chatting with believers and seekers to create an outstanding source that gives every one reader:

  • confidence in God's truths and promises
  • clarity instead of uncertainty
  • wisdom for judgements and choices
  • strength for each challenge
  • assurances for his or her religion and wish in God

This quantity is a must have addition to private and relations collections of faith-building assets in addition to to church, scholar, libraries.

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For example, the Greek idiom “take up souls” carries the idea “keep in suspense” (John 10:24). To “have lifespan” is a Greek idiom that means a person is of age (John 9:21). “All the ones having badly” is a Greek idiom that means “all who were sick” (Mark 1:32). “Having in belly” is a Greek idiom meaning “pregnant” (Matthew 1:18 nlt). Speaking “with a heart and a heart” is a Jewish idiom meaning to speak with a “double heart,” or deceitfully (Psalm 12:2). indd 39 Copyrighted material How are Jewish idioms or figures of speech translated?

8 Does any biblical basis exist for the idea that God preserves Scripture through the ages? Because Christ raised no doubts about the adequacy of the Scriptures as His contemporaries knew them, we can safely assume that the first-century text of the Old Testament was a wholly adequate representation of the divine word originally given. 9 The respect that Jesus and His apostles held for the extant Old Testament text is an expression of their confidence that God providentially preserved these copies and translations so that they were substantially identical with the inspired originals.

The book of Revelation was doubted because it teaches a thousandyear reign of Christ. Since a local contemporary cult taught the same, it was reasoned that Revelation must not be true Scripture. However, because many of the earliest church fathers believed in a thousand-year reign of Christ too, this objection was eventually seen as being without merit. The Apocrypha refers to 14 or 15 books of doubtful authenticity and authority that the Roman Catholics decided belonged in the Bible sometime following the Protestant Reformation.

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