In the fourth of a 7-part series on “How we got our Bible”, Mervyn Hall answers the question “Has the Bible been changed?” How do we know that the Bible we have in our hands is the same as was originally given by God? Is our Bible reliable? Mr Hall shows that Scripture’s preservation is defined in the Word of God; preservation is the deliberate work of God; preservation is a demonstration of the wisdom of God; and preservation is required by the decreed will of God. Readings: Psa 12:6-8, 119:89-90b, 151-152, 160, Matt 5:17-18, 2 Tim 4:9-13, 1 Pet 1:22-25, Acts 13:44-48 (Message preached in Huyton Gospel Hall, Liverpool)
Part 1 – God has spoken: the nature of divine revelation
Part 2 – William Tyndale: to scatter darkness by His light
Part 3 – Is the Bible divinely inspired?
Part 4 – Has the Bible been changed?
Part 5 – How do we know the Bible has 66 books?
Part 6 – What makes a good Bible translation?
Part 7 – Martin Luther’s testimony