Here is where we start the series on the Bible. What makes it so powerful that even people who don't believe what it says will spend so much time on it? Why does the written word even matter?
Here are some of the verses discussed that shouldn’t be in your bible:
John 7:53 - 8:11
And here is one that made scribes so nervous that they weren’t sure if this was right or not about Jesus leading the people out of Egypt.
In part 4 we continue looking at intentional errors in the New Testament. Here we look at the difference between Matthew 24:36 and Mark 13:32.
Why did someone remove "nor the Son" from Matthew? When did this happen and why?
We also look at the Comma Johanine (1 John 5:7-8). Does this verse teach us about the Trinity or is this a verse that was added later for Christians to prove the Bible teaches a Trinitarian concept?
Is there a good reason to change the Word of God for the sake of theological clarity?
Was a virgin birth predicted? Didn't the prophecy already take place in Jeremiah? Why are there differences in the Lord's Prayer?
Our conclusion of the the intentional errors in the New Testament!
Do we have the right books? What about the other books that weren't chosen? What are they and why?