Is The Bible Reliable?

Is the New Testament that we have today the same as what was originally written? Has the Bible been changed over time? Do the biographies of Jesus stand up to historiographical scrutiny? Can we verify that the historical events in the Bible actually took place? Can we trust the Bible as a reliable historical document? Do we have the right books in the Bible? What about the other historical books not in the Bible?

These questions and many others often arise concerning the reliability of the Bible. If some of the events in the Bible are legends that scribes wrote into later manuscripts or that original authors embellished, confidence in other recorded events is lost.  If the Bible is not trustworthy, there really isn’t a firm foundation for Christianity.

The good news for Christians and non-Christians alike is that there is substantial evidence for the reliability of the Bible, its accuracy in reporting historical events, and the correct canon of works are in the Bible.

Join us as we consider manuscript, historical, archeological, canonical, and other external evidences that show the Bible is reliable, trustworthy, and compelling!

When: Thursdays (March 31 – April 21, 2016)

Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Where: 3095 Red Hill Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (Location of class is down the street from main church building)

Cost: FREE (invite your friends and neighbors)

Instructor: Jeremy Livermore

About the instructor:

Jeremy Livermore, SE, PE received his Masters of Arts in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. Currently he co-hosts the Apologetics.com weekly a radio show on 99.5 KKLA. With Apologetics.com (non-profit based in OC), Jeremy writes articles and speaks publicly on apologetics locally and internationally. Jeremy’s ministry experience includes serving Jesus in Uganda, Liberia, Chile, Australia, Mexico, and Canada. He has several years of evangelistic & non-profit ministry experience working with various organizations such as Campus Crusade, Engineering Ministries International, Engineers Without Borders, Habitat for Humanity, Euroteam Designs, ReWritten, & Apologetics.com.