Dec 2, 2022
The biblical accounts of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob come alive when we study them in Israel – the very land in which they occurred. When viewing a 4,000-year-old mud brick gate to a city Abraham was said to have visited, we understand how accurate these stories are. Another indication of the trustworthiness of the biblical accounts is found in their raw honesty. The stories of the patriarchs have not been white washed nor do they try to cover up mistakes or failures. They are true and we can find great encouragement from them.
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Why We Can Trust our Bible (Out of Zion Episode #154)
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