Thursday, January 3, 2008

Excerpt from

How can we prove that our Scriptures are true?

According to the Torah, to determine the truth of a matter, it must be established by the testimony of at least two or three witnesses. The Scriptures tell us that there are three ways that testify to the revelation of Adonai in creation, through Yeshua, and in the Scriptures. Thus, the Scriptures are disqualified as a reliable witness, since they are not permitted to testify on their own behalf. Given that the testimony of Yeshua is based on Scripture, Yeshua also cannot be called as a witness in this case. That leaves us with, at best, one reliable witness, which is not enough to establish the matter.
How, then, can we convince someone rationally that our Scriptures are the inspired, authoritative word of God? We can't. Apologetics may be persuasive at times in convincing people that the Scriptures are accurate and true, but at the end of the day, there is only one thing that will cause someone to believe, faith.

Kevin Geoffrey
Perfect Word Ministries
PO Box 82954
Phoenix, AZ 85071-2954

Phone: (225)410-3701