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Bible Defenders

A group for individuals who are passionately learning to defend the accuracy of the Holy Bible. Our goal is be a light in the darkness and to fight for those who do not yet believe.

The Master Books Bible Defenders Review Team will host this group and provide resource reviews, author interviews, and more. Their purpose is to help you find the books, dvds, curriculum you need to learn, teach, defend and share the Truth.

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Latest Activity: Jun 14

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Best Defense is a Good Offense

On the main page, the question was raised: What are the rules for defending the Bible?What are the rules for defending a nation? What are the rules for self-defense? What are the rules for defending…Continue

Started by Jim Brenneman Feb 6, 2013.

Formula for Biblical Truths

Would you agree that the basic formula for any truths (including the Bible) is a+b=c (deduction) and a=itself (induction; i.e. experience/scientific method)?Continue

Started by Matthew Villarreal Dec 29, 2012.

Formula for Biblical Truths

Would you agree that the basic formula for any truths (including the Bible) is a+b=c (deduction) and a=itself (induction; i.e. experience/scientific method)?Continue

Started by Matthew Villarreal Dec 29, 2012.

Defending the Bible 1 Reply

What are the rules for defending the Bible? Should we even think in terms of defending the Bible?What types of helps (or notes) are in the Defender's Bible that make it different from a standard…Continue

Started by Jim Brenneman. Last reply by Tony Breeden Aug 11, 2012.

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Comment by Jim Brenneman on February 6, 2013 at 11:05am

What are the rules for defending a nation? What are the rules for self-defense? What are the rules for defending one's family?

One common rule is "The best defense is a good offense." Instead of constantly feeling like we must answer all the questions of Bible opponents, we should be putting it to them.

For instance, they always ask, "Why are there so many contradictions in the Bible?" They phrase the question this way, trying to tip the scales from the git-go. However, we should be asking the question first:
If the Bible is not inspired and the product of mere human endeavor, why does it contain no errors and no contradictions in all that it affirms, even though it was written through a period of about 2000 years, by means of about 40 human penmen, from all different sorts of cultures and backgrounds? Why does the Bible contain not one verifiable contradiction? Why are there no internal contradictions and not a single contradiction to external science or history?

Comment by John W. Coons on August 1, 2012 at 2:52pm

What are the rules for defending the bible?

Comment by John W. Coons on July 15, 2012 at 8:18pm

What types of helps (or notes) are in the Defender's Bible that make it different from a standard Study Bible?

Comment by John W. Coons on July 11, 2012 at 8:21pm

Why do so many people stand on a translation that speaks in the language of Shakespeare? A language that is dead and has many words that do not translate the same today? (KJV - 1611) Just a question.

Comment by Caleb D. Swanson on May 17, 2012 at 9:07pm

An important thing about defending and teaching the well-written true Bible, is that you shouldn't prove the Bible with science itself because you would be using science as the top authority, and we know that the Bible is the ultimate authority.

Comment by Haelie on April 18, 2012 at 10:25pm

My review of Bill Foster's book Meet the Skeptic. Excellent book!

http://tonotdecideistodecide.blogspot.com/2012/04/meet-skeptic-by-b...

 

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