Questions about the Bible

What is the Bible?

Is the Bible truly God's Word?

What is Bibliology?

With so many Bible versions today which one is the best translation?

How and when was the canon of the Bible put together?

What is the canon of Scripture?

Can / Should we interpret the Bible literally?

Why should we study the Old Testament?

What does it mean that the Bible is inspired?

What are some interesting facts & stats about the Bible?

Why should we read the Bible?

Does the Bible contain errors, contradictions, or discrepancies?

What are the Apocrypha / Deuterocanonical books? Do the Apocryphal / Deuterocanonical books belong in the Bible?

KJV Only? Is the King James Version the only Bible we should use?

What are the Dead Sea Scrolls and why are they important?

What is Biblical numerology?

What do you think about the Bible codes? Is there any validity to them?

Who were the authors of the books of the Bible?

Where is a good place to start reading the Bible?

What are the lost books of the Bible?

Is it possible that more books could be added to the Bible?

What is the Synoptic Problem?

What is the Q Gospel? Is there any prove for the Gospel of Q?

Should Mark 16:9-20 be in the Bible?

How did people know about God before the Bible?

What is the JEDP Theory?

What is the documentary hypothesis?

What is the difference between the Old and New Testaments?

What is the proper way to study the Bible?

Do I have to believe the Bible is inerrant to be saved?

What is the book of Enoch and should it be in the Bible?

What is the Septuagint?

Is the Bible relevant for today?

Does the inerrancy of the Bible only apply to the original manuscripts?

Is there proof for the inspiration of the Bible?

What is Biblical hermeneutics?

What are the beatitudes?

What is sola scriptura?

What are redaction criticism and higher criticism?

What is Biblical typology?

What is the Latin Vulgate Bible?

Why are the newer translations of the Bible missing verses?

Why isn't the Bible in chronological order?

Why is it important to know Greek and Hebrew when studying the Bible?

Has the Bible been corrupted, altered, edited, revised, or tampered with?

Textual criticism - what is it?

Who divided the Bible into chapters and verses? Why and when was it done?

Should I use a paraphrase of the Bible?

What are the Gnostic gospels?

Why did God give us four Gospels?

What is the Skeptics' Annotated Bible?

When were the Gospels written?

What is the gospel of Judas?

What is the gospel of Thomas?

What is the gospel of Philip?

What is the gospel of Mary (Magdalene)?

What is the gospel of Barnabas?

Who wrote the Book of Hebrews? Who was the author of Hebrews?

Did the Bible copy some of its stories from other religious myths and legends?

How do we know that the Bible is the Word of God, and not the Apocrypha, the Qur’an, the Book of Mormon, etc.?

Why do the four Gospels seem to present a different message of salvation than the rest of the New Testament?

Why is it important to believe in Biblical inerrancy?

What is the Apocalypse of Peter?

How does the translation process impact the inspiration, inerrancy, and infallibility of the Bible?

What is good Biblical exegesis?

How do we know when the books of the Bible were written?

What are some different methods of Bible study?

What is the Masoretic Text?

What is the Textus Receptus?

How do we decide which books belong in the Bible since the Bible does not say which books belong in the Bible?

What is Verbal Plenary Preservation?

What is the Majority Text?

What is the difference between exegesis and eisegesis?

Why is it so hard to understand the Bible?

Why is understanding the Bible important?

What is bibliolatry?

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