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You (and those you teach) already believe the Bible is the Word of God. So, the question is not do you believe in the Bible—but why? Why do you trust it? and what do you say to those who question it?
Find out how to bust current myths about the “lost gospels” and how to easily answer popular questions about the Bible’s reliability with this quick-reference pamphlet. Enjoy having solid, clear, and easy-to-understand answers, referencing historical Church documents and ancient archaeology records that clearly prove why we can trust the Bible. Discover how to gently clear up confusion and answer lingering questions that could be stumbling others’ faith.
- Provides simple, quick, and solid answers to 11 questions challenging the reliability of the Bible, such as—
- How do we know the version of the Bible we have now is the right one?
- Why were the “lost Gospels” (such as the Gospel of Judas, Gospel of Mary Magdalene, and Gospel of Peter) left out of the New Testament?
- How do we know who really wrote the Gospels?
- Features an easy-to-follow timeline showing when each of the Gospels were written, when dozens of false Gnostic Gospels sprung up, when specific Bible books were canonized, and more.
- Includes a handy chart which shows why certain texts were accepted or rejected.
- Covers dozens of “lost Gospels” which undermine basic beliefs and key events of the Bible— including the Easter Story. For example, the “Gospel of Judas” portrays Judas as a heroic figure who was commanded by Jesus to betray him.
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What if what we think about Jesus isn’t completely true? What if the version of the life of Jesus that’s found in the Bible isn’t the right one? That’s exactly what some scholars are teaching—not just on college campuses but in fad books, on TV shows, and more. This FREE eChart tackles common claims that challenge the reliability of the Bible and our current understanding of Jesus. It provides an easy-to-understand explanation on what the “Lost Gospels” are and how they are different from New Testament writings.
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The Gospels: Lost and Found Pamphlet
This quick-reference guide is perfect for individual use, small group study, or to hand to a friend. It gives clear reasons, simple summaries, and visual aids to help you quickly grasp what you need to know about the “Lost Gospels” and other claims against the Bible’s reliability. Covers dozens of “Lost Gospels,” including the Gospel of Eve, Infancy Gospel, Gospel of Judas, Gospel of Mary, Gospel of Nicodemus, Gospel of Peter, and more.
What’s the big deal about the “Lost Gospels?”
A quick look at “lost Gospels” show that they do drastically differ from the New Testament Gospels.
- According to New Testament Gospels: Jesus was fully human and fully divine
According to the “Lost Gospels:” Jesus was a spirit who seemed human or a mere human uniquely inhabited by a divine spirit (Gnostic Gospel)
- According to New Testament Gospels: Judas Iscariot willingly chose to betray Jesus
According to the “Lost Gospels:” Jesus told Judas to betray him (Gospel of Judas)
Enjoy getting simple and solid answers to 11 key questions, including—
Covers the “Lost Gospels:”
- What are the “lost Gospels?” Who wrote the “lost Gospels?”
- Why were the “lost Gospels” excluded from the New Testament?
- How are “The Lost Gospels” different from the New Testament writings?
- How many lost Gospels are there?
Explains the Bible’s Reliability:
- When did Christians begin to treat the words of eyewitnesses as reliable testimony?
- Why did only 4 Gospels make it into the New Testament?
- How do we know who really wrote the gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John?
- How did early Christians determine which writings really came from eyewitnesses?
- Why do we call the chosen books of the New Testament a “canon”?
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