See Old Testament prophecies and their New Testament fulfillments— at a glance! This Christian pamphlet speaks to the very heart of the hope we have in Christ, and explains Jesus prophecy and its fulfillment. It's amazing to discover that Jesus fulfilled more than 100 prophecies foretold 400 - 1500 years before his birth. This bestselling pamphlet shows you the Old Testament prophecies that relate to Jesus' birth, Jesus' life, Jesus' death, and his resurrection and includes the New Testament fulfillments for every Jesus prophecy predicted.
"Throughout history people have wondered, "What if the Bible was tampered with?" The bestselling Why Trust the Bible? pamphlet offers compelling and reassuring answers to these important questions: "Can the Bible be trusted?" "How were the stories passed down?" "How can we know that the Bible was copied accurately?" "Who chose the books in my Bible?" and "How reliable is the Bible?" Full color and glossy, this 12-panel pamphlet is an excellent teaching tool for new believers and for those who have questions about the Bible's origin.
The How We Got the Bible Pamphlet increases your confidence about the reliability of the Bible. The bestselling pamphlet includes a timeline of key events that led to the printed Bibles we have today.
How We Got the Bible Includes:
- Timeline and explanation of how we got the Bible in English.
- Pictures of ancient writing materials such as tablets, skins, and papyrus.
- Methods used by ancient Masoretic scribes to hand copy each Bible accurately.
- Stories of key people, including William Tyndale, John Wycliffe, Erasmus, and Johann Gutenberg.
- Shows the history of Bible versions such as the Wycliffe Bible, the Geneva Bible, and the King James Version, in addition to today's modern Bible translations.
How We Got the Bible Pamphlet includes the inspiring stories of early translators who gave their lives to translate and print the Bible in English.
Como nos Llego la Biblia (Spanish version of How We Got the Bible) Cronología de los principales eventos del la historia de la Biblia.
Este material inspirará a los cristianos con historias de los primeros traductores de la Biblia. Esta cronología presenta los principales personajes y eventos de la historia bíblica. También se señalan los diversos recursos empleados en su escritura: piedra, barro, rollos de cuero, papiro, las primeras copias a mano, y más. Se destacan personas que dedicaron su vida a la traducción e impresión de la Biblia: Guillermo Tyndale, Juan Wycliffe, Erasmo, Casiodoro de Reina y Juan Gutenberg.