Nate Keeler - April 28, 2019

Skeptical: Why Should I Trust the Bible?


God invites believers, seekers and skeptics to "come and see;" therefore, the Church should be a safe place to ask hard questions about the Christian faith. This sermon addresses questions regarding the reliability of scripture, examining the cohesive story in the Bible, the tradition of oral transmission, the issue of textual errors and the preservation of scripture. There is compelling evidence to conclude that the Bible is the most trustworthy ancient document in existence.

From Series: "Skeptical"

This series seeks to provide intellectually, emotionally and culturally reasonable responses to some of our culture's most skeptical questions about faith. While we will not have all the answers and proofs, we will seek to respond in a respectful and winsome way.

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