What Would Disprove the Bible?

April 29, 2015 (David Cloud, Fundamental Baptist Information Service, P.O. Box 610368, Port Huron, MI 48061, 866-295-4143, fbns@wayoflife.org)


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One of the many reasons why I believe the Bible is what it claims to be, the divinely inspired Word of God, is that its teachings are true to life according to my own observation. To disprove the Bible would be simple. If any of the following things were true, the Bible would be disproven:

If men were good, the Bible would be disproven. If the world were a gentle, peaceful place filled with compassionate people who got along with one another, this would disprove the Bible’s teaching that men are sinners.

If living things didn’t reproduce after their own kind, the Bible would be disproven, because it repeats 10 times in the first chapter that God made everything to reproduce after “its own kind.”

If man was not qualitatively different from animals, the Bible would be disproven.

If women didn’t experience pain at childbirth, the Bible would be disproven.

If there were not abundant evidence of intelligent design, the Bible would be disproven.

If the earth were not covered with sedimentary rock and other evidence for a global flood, the Bible would be disproven.

If there were no move toward globalism, the Bible would be disproven.

If the world wasn’t filled with apostate Christianity, the Bible would be disproven.

If Israel had disappeared into the mist of ancient history, the Bible would be disproven.

If there were no Middle Eastern conflict centered in Israel, the Bible would be disproven.

If Russia loved Israel, the Bible would be disproven.

If there were no earthquakes in divers places, the Bible would be disproven.

If Jesus’ body had been found, the Bible would be disproven.
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