Fact or Fiction: Can I Trust My Bible?
In lesson four, you’ll answer the question, “Did God speak to us?” and “Can I trust my Bible?” You’ll introduce your class to signs of the Bible’s supernatural origin, and train them to show how the Old Testament and the New Testament are reliable, historical documents. By the end of the lesson, they’ll have some good talking points to share with their friends, family members and co-workers who claim that the Bible has been changed or that entire books of the Bible have been suppressed or lost.
You’ll have fun using a couple of games and physical props to make your points. You’ll also have the option of literally showing your students how close today’s Bible is to some of the oldest biblical manuscripts in the world.
This lesson is part of a series focused on increasing the confidence of Christians by exploring reasons and evidences for the faith, and preparing each student to be a more effective ambassador of Jesus.
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