In the book of Deuteronomy, Israel’s great lawgiver asserts which of the following concerning Scripture?
The following are symbols for the Bible:
The Song of Solomon was doubted as a canonical book because it seemed to some to be a mere poem on human love.
By the year 200 B.C. all Old Testament books had been written, collected, revered, and recognized as canonical books.
The Dead Sea Scrolls were found during 1947 in a series of caves.
John Wycliffe (1320-1384) was often called “The Milky Way of the Modern Bible.”
Willmington states that the first supernatural element of the Bible is its amazing unity.
The Bible was written to give us the twofold account of God’s labor.
After the Old Testament canon had been recognized by the Jews as being officially closed, and prior to the New Testament period, there arose a group of documents called the Apocrypha, consisting of 14 books/additions to biblical books. List and describe 6 of those Apocryphal works. What were some reasons the Apocrypha was rejected?
Willmington describes the dual purpose of the Bible. List two of the purposes described and support each of those with scripture.