Scoffers of the Bible like to bolster their own twisted beliefs by smearing the Bible. They say that the New Testament wasn’t written for 100 to 300 years after the death of Jesus, and that it was all word-of-mouth and myth. That may be true of other religions and even the words of Greek philosophers, but it certainly isn’t true of the New Testament.
Most of the New Testament was written 20 to 30 years after the death and resurrection of Jesus. The books were written by those who traveled with Jesus, who were taught by Him, had listened to his sermons to the multitudes, and who had witnessed with their own eyes the miracles that he did.
After the crucifixion of Jesus the disciples were afraid for their lives, for having followed him. They went into hiding, hoping to blend back into society. But after his resurrection they could not be deterred from spreading the message of salvation. All but one were killed for their beliefs, but they would not be quiet. This is evidence that they had seen Jesus resurrected.
The night Jesus was taken prisoner, he predicted that Peter would deny him three times before morning, and he did. Jesus had said, “If you deny me before men, I will deny you before the Father.” So Peter stood condemned. But after the resurrection Jesus came to Peter and asked him three times. “Do you love me?”. Peter answered three times that he did. Peter’s three denials of Christ was erased by his three confessions of love for him. And we have another confirmation of Christ’s resurrection.
Yes, the New Testament is true. If you haven’t read it, you need to. It not only is true, but it contains the truth about life, death, and everything in between. Also, read the 53rd chapter of Isaiah, and the 22nd Psalm, and read of Jesus in prophecy hundreds of years before he was born. You owe it to yourself and your soul to learn the truth.
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