Millions of Christians around the world accept and defend the Bible as the one inspired, infallible Word of God, but few can answer the question, “Where did we get the Bible?”

I’ve even known some Christians who seriously assume the Bible dropped down from heaven, “on the wings of a snow white dove”, into the hands of the apostles gathered in the Upper Room—and not in Hebrew or Greek, but in King James English (“If the King James was good enough for Jesus, it’s good enough for me!”).

Most of us might laugh at this, but it is a serious and important question: where do you think the Bible came from? Who were the actual writers of each biblical book? Who decided which books were to be included in the Old and New Testaments? Who even decided to start adding a set of New Testament books to the Old Testament? Which translation is the most trustworthy?

Questions of interpretation and authority aside for now, how do we know that the Bible (or any particular translation or combination of books) is what we believe it to be? This is a crucial question we invite you to consider with us.

Going Deeper

Why should we trust this collections of old books?

January 11, 2006

Deep in Scripture

Personal Testimonies

I Found Jesus in a Graveyard

December 29, 2014

Finding a Scriptural Church

April 14, 2014

Deeper in Christ

December 12, 2011

Looking into Scripture

Importance of the Deuterocanonical Books of the Bible — Hebrews 11:35

December 3, 2015

Deep in Scripture

Evangelicalism and the Early Church, 2 Peter 1:16-21

October 28, 2009

Deep in Scripture


All Scripture is God-breathed, 2 Timothy 3:14-17

October 22, 2008

Deep in Scripture

The Biblical Drama, Acts 20:28-38

April 4, 2007

Deep in Scripture

Deep in History

Scripture and the Early Church – Fr. Mitch Pacwa

January 15, 2015

Deep in History

Scripture and Liturgy

November 5, 2014

Deep in History

Let’s Go Deeper

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