How We Got the New Testament, Part One-History that proves WHEN it was written
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About this LessonMany people assume the New Testament was written hundreds of years after the life of Christ. If that was true, how then do we know that what was talked about in the Bible, his miracles and especially his resurrection from the dead, how do we know those aren’t real, but myths and legends that developed many years after He lived?
These are important questions, and we need to answer them correctly (and spoiler alert—the New Testament was written within a very short time after Jesus’ life by eyewitness writers) not only to answer critics but to answer our internal doubts and fears.
In this lesson, we approach the topic objectively and historically to show you specifically through internal and external evidence WHY we have early dates for the writing of the scriptures. It’s a fun and fascinating lesson that will leave you with increased assurance and peace that you can know and trust the facts of your faith.
This lesson is part of a series on How We Got Our Bibles. It is not only a fascinating study, filled with images, archeological discoveries, and ancient stories, but included are extensive charts, maps, and notes that will give you confidence in your Bibles—that you can trust them to contain the Words of God essential for our eternal salvation and instruction on how to live lives that are pleasing to God today.
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