How Many Books Are in the Bible?

How many books are in the Bible?

A) 77
B) 66
C) 144
D) 2

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Timothy Paul Jones

Screen Shot 2015-06-05 at 8.09.35 AMMeet Timothy Paul Jones, our host of our upcoming book and DVD series How We Got the Bible. You might also recognize him as our host and writer of our Christian History Made Easy series! He’s a husband, father, editor and writer in the fields of apologetics and family ministry. He also serves at the east campus of Sojourn Community Church and as professor and associate vice president at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Click here to learn why Timothy created the series and what personal questions led him to this topic!

The How We Got the Bible Series

Have you ever wondered who wrote the books in your Bible and how they ended up together? Has anyone ever told you that some boo
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Did You Answer Correctly?

The Bible consists of Spirit-inspired writings written over the ages by many people “at many times and in many ways” (Hebrews 1:1). The purpose? Pointing humanity to our crucified and risen Savior, Jesus Christ. But have you ever been told by friends or coworkers that some books of the Bible were cut out? Or that there are stories about Jesus in Scripture that just can’t be trusted? Learn how the Bible is the best preserved text that the world has ever seen from the How We Got the Bible Series.
The correct answer is: B) 66

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