Eric Barreto, assistant professor of New Testament at Luther Seminary, talks about the origins of the 27 books that form the New Testament.
by Pastor Clint Schnekloth
In previous months we've looked at how to pick a study Bible and where to find a fresh translation of the Bible.
Here's another way to study the Bible:
6. Download a Bible study program
The best on the market is www.accordancebible.com. With a program like this, you can read many different translations and access more study tools than anyone (other than a professional student of Scripture) would ever need.
Read the whole list of Pastor Clint's previous tips.
Podcast discussion with Eric Barreto, Cameron Howard, and James Boyce. Article written by James Boyce.
Where did the Bible come from? For most Christians questions about the origins of the Bible are not just a matter of idle curiosity. Virtually all of us hold these writings we call the Scriptures as inspired by God and authoritative for faith and life.
But we do not always agree on what being “true” and “authoritative” means. By examining how these writings originated, we …