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Why Must We Believe the Bible Is Divinely Inspired?

In this episode of TGC Q&A, Rico Tice and Scott Oliphint discuss the question, “Why must we believe the Bible is divinely inspired?” They address:

  • It’s not just great literature (:28)
  • When God’s authority is questioned (:43)
  • Believing inconvenient truth (3:22)
  • A question of the will (5:32)
  • How it affects our evangelistic methodology (6:06)

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