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The Bible, Its' Structure and Form
I. THE BIBLE AND ITS MAJOR DIVISIONS
II. THE STRUCTURE OF THE BIBLE
The Inspiration of the Bible
I. TWO WORDS
II. GOD HAD TO SPEAK
III. MEN SPOKE THE WORD OF GOD
IV. THE HOLY SPIRIT IN THE PROCESS
Writing Materials (Part 1)
I. TWO WORDS
II. GOD HAD TO SPEAK
III. MEN SPOKE THE WORD OF GOD
IV. THE HOLY SPIRIT IN THE PROCESS
V. JESUS WAS INVOVLED INSPIRATION
I. WRITING MATERIALS
Writing Materials (Part 2)
I. WRITING MATERIALS
II. WRITING INSTRUMENTS
III. THE PROBLEMS WITH WRITING MATERIALS
Copying the Word of God (2)
I. THE SCRIBES
II. THE METICULOUS COPYING PROCESS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
III. THE NEW TESTAMENTíS RELIABLITY
Copying the Word of God (3)
I. THE SCRIBES
II. THE METICULOUS COPYING PROCESS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
III. THE NEW TESTAMENTíS RELIABLITY
The Dead Sea Scrolls
I. THE LOCATION OF THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS
II. IMPORTANT BACKGROUND INFORMATION
III. THE DISCOVERY OF THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS
IV. BASIC FACTS ABOUT THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS
I. The temple scroll is the largest at more than 26 feet long.
Canonization of the Old Testament
I. SCRIPTURE(S)
II. THREEFOLD DIVISIION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT CANON
III. THE BEGINNING OF CANONIZATION AND NEAR THE END
Canonization of the New Testament
I. THE NEED TO IDENTIFY THE CANON OF SCRIPTURE
II. THE CANONIZATION PROCESS
III. THE ANTILEGOMENA: THE DISPUTED BOOKS
General Bible Introduction Click for video
The Bible, Its' Structure and Form
The Inspiration of the Bible
Writing Materials (Part 1)
Writing Materials (Part 2)
Copying the Word of God (1)
Copying the Word of God (2)
Copying the Word of God (3)
The Dead Sea Scrolls
Canonization of the Old Testament
Canonization of the New Testament