Bible on Trial DVD
Biblical criticism, ancient historical voices, the illumination of archaeology, the testimony of first-century followers of Jesus Christ -- all these come to bear on the examination of the reliability of the Scriptures in The Bible On Trial: Beyond A Reasonable Doubt.
In The Bible On Trial: Beyond A Reasonable Doubt, the case is made that the Scriptures are authentic, dependable, God-inspired and worthy-not only of our full attention but of our complete faith. In this Men's NetWork Bible study, attorney Craig Parton leads the viewer through relevant points that comprise this important discussion. He asks, "Is this book, the Bible, and its contents-reliable?"
This question has been fiercely debated for centuries-and rightly so. If the Bible is not worthy of our faith, if it is riddled with errors, if it is full of inconsistent and false information, then knowing that up front is vital in forming a decision about it. If, on the other hand, the Bible stands up to critical scrutiny and academic investigation, if it shows itself to be a trustworthy record of historical events and God's dealing with man, then its all-inclusive promise to sinners of salvation through the blood of Jesus Christ makes it the world's most important book.
In four sessions, The Bible On Trial: Beyond A Reasonable Doubt addresses critical views of the Scripture, examines evidence from the ancient world, surveys how archaeology often corroborates the Biblical record and considers the word of those who were either Jesus' contemporaries or were closely connected to eyewitnesses who knew Jesus -and His remarkable life-well.
This Bible study features expert testimony from Dr. Paul Maier of Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Mich.; Dr. Randall Price of Liberty University, Lynchburg, Va.; Dr. Jeff Kloha of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. and Joel Lampe of The Bible Museum, Goodyear, Ariz. A four-session discussion guide adds depth and detail to the video content. Includes subtitles in English & Spanish
Each video session is approximately 8-15 minutes which can be followed by 30-45 minutes of discussion.
A printable PDF discussion guide is included in the DVD and can be accessed by inserting it in a computer's DVD-ROM drive.