Defending the Reliability of the Bible
We are very excited to announce our first LIVE (virtual) course. A number of students have requested this experience, so on June 2nd at 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT, we are launching a four-week course on Defending the Reliability of the Bible with David Frees.
This class will focus on the question “How do we know the Bible is historically accurate and trustworthy?” To answer it we will examine three lines of evidence:
- The textual transmission of the Old and New Testament documents.
- Archaeological evidence that confirms the events, people, and places we read about in the Bible.
- The prophetic nature of the Bible.
Register for this free course now to receive reminders and a direct link to the course.
Duration: June 2, 2022 — June 23, 2022
Number of Lessons: 4
Professor: David Frees, MDiv and ThM
Frequently Asked Questions
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