Learn about the Integrity of the Bible
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Learn about the Integrity of the Bible

Addressing the important questions about the Bible itself; what we need to know!
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Created by Michael Chenevey
Last updated 1/2020
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn how the Bible came about; it's list of authoritative books, manuscript evidence, and what scholars use to create translations
  • Learn the difference between the Old and New Testaments regarding culture, quality and quantity of available manuscripts, apocryphal writings
  • Learn the basics of Biblical inerrancy and textual criticism (how manuscript evidence differs, and how scholars choose what to use and not use when translating
  • Learn about English translations and what manuscripts scholars use for translating each into modern languages
Requirements
  • None.
Description

This study addresses the Bible itself; it’s transmission through time, the languages and cultures behind it, the authoritative list of books contained in the Bible, what original bible writings are still available to us today, scientific approaches to understanding the content and translation, and why we have so many types of translations and which are helpful for different types of understanding.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone interested to know more about the formation of the Bible and how to address questions about the Bible's integrity
  • Pastors, Bible students, and leades who need to teach the Bible and want to learn more about the integrity of the Bible
Course content
Expand 9 lectures 02:51:15
+ The Integrity of the Bible
9 lectures 02:51:15

Introduction to the course; purpose and why we would want to study the Bible's origin and how it is used today all over the world.

Preview 09:10

Why is the Bible important?  We take a look at the influence of the Bible and why we would want to know all about it.

Preview 09:06

How and how well was the Bible transmitted to modern times, down through the ages?

Bible Transmission
12:52

An overview of the canon of the Older Testament (Hebrew Scriptures) and implications for modern Bible translations and Christian uses of the authoritative Hebrew books.

The Canon of the Older Testament
12:52

All about the Older Testament (Hebrew Tenach):  Canon, culture, manuscripts, content, and divisions

The Older Testament
39:05

All about the New Testament:  Canon, culture, manuscripts, content, and divisions

The New Testament
30:06

An introduction to textual criticism as it relates to the Biblical manuscripts.  A very important topic for any student of the Bible.

Textual Criticism
33:20

A study of translations; why so many exist, the manuscripts used for each, and how each translation differs in purpose.

Bible Translations
18:14

Course Summary.

Course Summary
06:30