Session 4 – Reliability of the Old Testament

To many sceptics and atheists, the Old Testament is equated with a children’s story book, with tall stories and unlikely accounts of events that they assume are nothing but the product of a fertile imagination. But is there evidence that the Bible is trustworthy, and that what we read today is faithful to what was originally written?

In this broadcast of Giving An Answer, H.C. Felder interviews Dr. Tom Howe on the Reliability of the Old Testament. Dr. Howe explains why we can trust what the Old Testament says and how we can be certain that what was originally written is what we have in our Bible.

In future sessions, we will explore the historical accuracy of the Old Testament and whether we can believe the accounts as recorded.

Answers 315 – Session 4 – Session notes

Author: Steve K

A passionate follower of Jesus Christ, and a keen seeker after the truths that under-gird the Christian faith and message. Along with Fred Bekker I help lead and facilitate Answers315.

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