Tag Archives: The Bible

Hot Topics-Christians and the Old Testament

Should Christians be as focused on reading the Old Testament as they are on reading the New Testament? After all, doesn’t the New Testament give us a much clearer picture of Jesus as compared to the Old Testament? Be very careful on how you answer those questions!!

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Hot Topics-Is the Canon of Holy Scripture Open or Closed? Part TWO

Originally Published February 19, 2017

What is the Canon of Holy Scripture? Why do some people say that it is still open while others insist that it is closed? Which side of the argument are you on: God continues to give new revelation outside of the Canon of Scripture, or God does not give new revelation outside the Canon of Holy Scripture?

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Hot Topics-Is the Canon of Holy Scripture Open or Closed? Part ONE

Originally Published February 12, 2017

What is the Canon of Holy Scripture? Why do some people say that it is still open while others insist that it is closed? Which side of the argument are you on: God continues to give new revelation outside of the Canon of Scripture, or God does not give new revelation outside the Canon of Holy Scripture?

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Vocal Point-Rod Gragg

The Bible continues to be the world’s best-seller. There is a fascinating story as to how it came to be and also as to how it came to be in English. Historian and award-winning author, Rod Gragg, has released his latest book, and it’s on the history of the Scriptures: The Word: The History of The Bible and How it Came to Us. Gragg notes, “Over the course of thousands

of years (at least 3,500), sixty-six books compiled by scribes, priests, kings, poets, scholars,

fishermen and others have survived through the ages. More than five-thousand partial or

complete New Testament manuscripts exist today bearing the harmony of the Bible’s message.” Rod Gragg joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the history of the Bible. www.wndbooks.com

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