Literalism: Isn’t the Bible historically unreliable and regressive? This is a great short (30 minute) audio clip of Tim Keller answering the question.

Some people claim that they can’t trust in the Bible because it is historically unreliable and culturally regressive. But do we have cultural blinders on? Dr. Tim Keller discusses solid reasons that we can trust the Bible historically, hospital culturally, and personally.

Click here to listen. Tip: You should be able to click play on the page that loads and continue surfing in another window/browser. Depending on your job, these are great to listen to while you work.

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Authentic Christian Living team

Authentic Christian Living team

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2 Comments on Literalism: Isn’t the Bible historically unreliable and regressive?

  1. May I suggest you and your readers watch Zeitgeist – The Movie, to get a better understanding of why religion was created to coerce the masses.

    “I will believe in God, as long as you tell me what god is”

  2. John says:

    @SolReka, may I suggest you read all parts of this concise rebuttal to each and every part of “Zeitgest – The Movie”?
    It is written, as far as I can tell, by an atheist – but that shouldn’t matter too much, as clear, logical argument should be accepted (regardless of who writes it).

    Please do feel free to investigate, for yourself, the truth and veracity (or otherwise) of the Bible. Doing the same for theories against it is also required, if you wish to come to an unbiased decision.

    [Disclaimer (just in case): I am not affiliated, in any way, with]

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