Jesus the Messiah trusted the Hebrew Scriptures of his day.
That’s why Christians have claimed for centuries that the collection of 66 books we call The Bible is reliable with respect to what it affirms, correct in its history of God’s dealings with his universe and with humanity, historically accurate regarding its doctrinal teachings, and utterly trustworthy as a guide for day-to-day life.
But frankly, every generation has had its share of doubters. Maybe you’re one of them…
Today, ISV Foundation Executive Director Dr. William Welty tackles the thorny subject of the reliability of the Scriptures—by inviting Jesus of Nazareth himself to talk in his very own words about the authenticity, reliability, and historical accuracy of the Bible that he read and about which he taught.
In Since He Wrote about Me, we demonstrate what Jesus the Messiah believed about the Bible. Specifically, we’ve counted 57 separate conclusions about the Hebrew Scriptures with which Jesus would have been familiar during the early part of the first century AD.
We’ve studied every account recorded in the New Testament in which Jesus the Messiah resorted to a quotation or citation of a portion of the Hebrew Scriptures during his discussions with his disciples or in argument with the Jewish leaders of his day.
We’ve also include all references to biblical figures or events to which Jesus alluded in the New Testament.
By the time you’ve finished reading Since He Wrote about Me, you’ll have learned precisely what the world’s most famous rabbi had to say about this remarkable book we call The Bible, a collection of literary works by dozens of different authors who wrote over a period of hundreds of years.
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