by Andrew Melrose .
Written in English
Multipurpose in scope and user-friendly in format, The Big Book of Bible Difficulties offers the resources of five books in one: Norman L. Geisler is cofounder and former dean of Southern Evangelical Seminary. He is the author of more than seventy books, including the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics/5(95). Early Christians followed Jesus and used the same books as found in the Hebrew Bible today. But as the center of Christianity moved away from Jerusalem and Christians read and worshiped more in Greek than Hebrew, there was more openness to the books of the Septuagint. If anyone would read his book several times through, a very definite set of problems surfaces over and over again. These problems caused me to question Mr. White's honesty, integrity and character. These problems are listed below. The author has a double standard when dealing with groups or individuals. I have a problem with the Bible. Here’s my problem I’m an ancient Egyptian. I’m a comfortable Babylonian. I’m a Roman in his villa. That’s my problem. See, I’m trying to read the Bible for all it’s worth, but I’m not a Hebrew slave suffering in Egypt. I’m not a conquered Judean deported to Babylon.
Keep in mind, however, that what constitutes a valid problem is to some extent a matter of opinion. You may disagree that these are, in fact, genuine biblical problems, but it is the author's opinion that a perfect and omnipotent God could, should, and would see to it that such problems did not exist in a book which s/he had inspired. Blog / How 66 Books Became the Bible—and Why Some Books Were Left Out. Febru How 66 Books Became the Bible—and Why Some Books Were Left Out. Jonathan Petersen. [Read the Bible Gateway Blog post, The Bible Table of Contents] [Read the Bible Gateway Blog posts that introduce you to the Bible]. As for the “books of the Bible” that were not included early on, it didn’t work that way. The Christian version of the Bible wasn’t canonized until the Council of Rome, AD The first list of the books of the New Testament as we have them today was in the Ad Easter Letter of Author: Hqanon. The Problem With Book Of Revelation The Book of revelation often known as Revelation is usually been criticised because of its content and different from all books. The book of revelation describes Jesus as not the one of Gospel but gives entirely different image of him.
In modern marriage ceremonies, we use the Bible to recite verses about love and commitment, but some of the most “righteous” characters throughout scripture were polygamous (Gen. 16), adulterers (2 Sam. 11), and even performed incest (Gen. 38). Problems with Some Bible Translations, including the King James: A Blast from the Past In my Introduction to the New Testament undergraduate class this semester, I have told the students that they can use most any Bible translation they want, but I prefer the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), and I do *not* want them using either a paraphrase or the King James. Bible verses related to Problems from the King James Version (KJV) by Relevance - Sort By Book Order John - These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. The thirty-nine books of the Old Testament and twenty-seven books of the New Testament graciously preserved by God in the Bible are the inspired Word of God. The church recognized that these books constitute the complete canon inspired by God and received them as uniquely authoritative because they are God speaking to his people.