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TXT:MSG - It is Written, But Is It True?

Is the Bible all it’s cracked up to be? Is it really from God in any significant way or did imaginative people just make up all those stories? Is it true? Is it reliable? Can we trust it? Is the Bible authoritative and, if it is, what does that actually mean?

Sermons in this series

Better than Cal Ripkin
Cal Ripkin, Jr., holds the single season record for fewest errors by a shortstop in a single season. He had only three in 1990. That’s amazing. The Bible can do better than that. This week, we talk about inerrancy.
Fake News or Fact?
The 2017 word of the year, according to Collins Dictionary, was “Fake News.” Fake News is false, often sensational information that is disseminated under the guise of news reporting. And it’s actually not a new phenomenon. The ancient Egyptians did it. So did the Romans. A lot of folks wonder if the Bible is fake news? This Sunday, we’ll dig into 2 Peter 1 where we’ll discover three reasons to believe that the Bible is fact, not fake.
TXT:MSG - It is Written, But Is It True?
The first Christians seemed to really trust their Bible – Genesis through Malachi. In just about any situation, they turned to God’s text message for guidance. More than that, they believed there were some new writings that were no less a part of God’s text message.

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