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Setting Forth Positive Reasons for Christianity. What is Apologetics?

The purpose of How We Got the Bible is to acquaint the student with the process the church fathers used when determining what books to include in the Bible, especially the New Testament.

The student will be able to:

-Know how the New Testament was put together

-Know how we know the Bible is accurate

-What “tests” did the church fathers use when deciding what books were to be included?

-Why we should believe the Bible over other religions sacred books

-Why some books were not included in it, like the Gospel of Judas or the Gospel of Thomas



Who Made God by Ravi Zacharias & Norm Geisler pgs 105-152––easy

The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel, chapters 1-6, easy

The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible by Robert J. Hitchinson, chaptyers 2,3––easy

When Skeptics Ask by Norm Geisler & Ron Brooks pgs 141-210––medium

I don’t have enough Faith to be an Atheist by Geisler & Turok, chapters 9-11 &14––medium

New Evidence That Demands A Verdict by Josh McDowell, chapters 1-4, 11 & 13––advanced

A General Introduction to the Bible by Norm Geisler & William Nix––advanced

Science Speaks by Peter Stoner, chapters 2,3––advanced

Teacher materials included in this 4 week class:

Teacher instructional video

Teacher notes

Teacher handouts

Student notes

Powerpoint presentation

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