Is the Bible an ancient document that has been tampered with? Has it been edited many times over the centuries and now is filled with errors? How can we know what the Bible really said when the originals no longer exist?
Bestselling books that promote these doubts, such as Bart Ehrman's Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why, are influencing today’s news media, and these teachings are being treated as fact. Now is the time to address the topic of textual criticism in our churches and help Christians become better informed — ready to "defend the faith."
"The Bible can be trusted," explains author Dr. Timothy Paul Jones in Why Trust the Bible The good news is that the Bible is reliable, even though it was hand copied and there are variations between texts. This book explains the variations and why they don’t affect the trustworthiness of the Scriptures.
Why Trust the Bible, a best-seller from Rose Publishing, provides answers to claims such as: