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Why Choose the Bible Over Other Sacred Writings?

first up is Robert he's listing in LA hi

Robert yes hi Hank thank you for taking

my call

pleasure I just a question for you now

Christianity is over 2,000 years old and

since the products and Reformation

Protestants have shattered into many

different functions and why should a

person to choose the Bible over any

other secret books considering the

history yeah a very good question and

also a good articulation and the

prologue to the question about what's

happened to Christianity Christianity

was essentially United for the first

thousand years there was a great schism

in 1054 and and then the within the the

the Western Church there was a schism

between the Roman Catholics and the

Protestants and since that there's been

much much fracturing but Christians have

always been united Robert around what we

call the essentials of the historic

Christian faith we say an essentials

unity non essentials Liberty and in all

things charity and and therefore a

Protestant can stand with an Orthodox

Christian for example when it comes to

the essentials of the historic Christian

faith they don't have to divide they can

debate the secondary issues as far as

religious books are concerned the reason

that we hold the Bible to be an

infallible Authority is because it

demonstrates itself to be just that it

is replete with prophecy that can't be

attributed to good luck guessing or

common sense and its ethics are

unquestionable and it's rooted in

history and evidence if you look at

other religious books you find precisely

the opposite the Quran

is a a classic case in point it's in my

head because they've been writing about

it

but the Quran is replete with faulty

ethics with factual errors and and also

with feigned eloquence which is to say

that if you actually read it as opposed

to just hearing about it it is a

confused jumble it's hard to make sense

of it apart apart from the AH Hadees so

I you know I I think the answer to your

question in in some is simply that one

is rooted in history and evidence the

other not

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