How the unity of the Bible points to a divine Author - The Bible is a collection of 66 books: law poetry, history, and narrative, written by over 40 men, on 3 different continents, over a 1500-year period, in 3 languages. Yet the Bible is a single story with a main theme that runs from its beginning to its end. The Old Testament prefigures the New Testament, while the New Testament fulfills the Old. Ken Craig reflects on the incredible nature of this consistent theme in this interview by Luuk van de Weghe.
Hans Vodder interviews Phil Fernandes in this advanced apologetics episode. They cover significant questions such as, "what is evangelicalism, and how does it relate to inerrancy?" "How might Michael Licona's views on the genre of the gospels impact the perspicuity of scripture?" If you're well-versed in these issues, this episode is for you! And if you're not, this is an invitation to get acquainted.