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Lesson One
Introduction to the Old Testament
3 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Two
Lesson Three
Old Testament: Kings Through Exile
3 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Four
Introduction to the New Testament
3 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Five
New Testament: The Gospels and Acts
3 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Six
New Testament: Letters and Revelation
3 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Seven
Can We Really Trust the Bible
3 Activities | 1 Assessment
Course Wrap-Up
Course Completion
1 Activity | 1 Assessment

Overview and Objectives

Lesson Overview

In Lesson Seven, we will learn how the Bible’s Claims to be trustworthy are backed up by it’s preservation, unity, accuracy, and impact.

Lesson Objectives

When you complete this lesson, you should be able to do the following:

  • List two reasons why some people do not trust the Bible.
  • Explain three reasons why people do trust the Bible.
  • Describe your own reasons for trusting and/or not trusting the Bible.
Personal Reflection

As you proceed through this lesson have the following question in mind.
Consider the evidence supporting the trustworthiness of the Bible discussed in the lecture: the Bible’s own claims; its unity and preservation; its prophetic accuracy; its powerful impact. Which of these do you find most compelling? Why?

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