The words of Jehovah are pure words; As silver tried in a furnace on the earth, Purified seven times.

Psalms 12:6 ASV

Satan himself tried God’s Word in Eden, saying “Thou shalt not surely die,” but the sprawling cemeteries of the whole world, spread like patches of leprosy in every nation have purified God’s word. Yes indeed, it was absolutely true.

It has been alleged by some that science has discredited the Bible, but Sir Isaac Newton, the founder of modern science was a devout believer in the Bible.

In fact, many of the greatest scientists who ever lived, including our own generation, were all believers in the Holy Bible.

In fact science has never uncovered a single truth that contradicts anything in the Bible.

Furthermore, it is an amazing fact that in many of the most marvelous discoveries of the scientific community, they have merely caught up with what was stated in the Bible nearly two thousand years ago.

The probability that our earth will eventually “burn up” is one such discovery.

Then God’s Word was tested again when the radical critics of the 19th century attempted to destroy its credibility; but today not a line has been lost from the sacred Book.

The critics in the greater part have been swallowed up in the grave, and devout people still believe every word of the Bible. As Jesus said, “Heaven and earth shall pass away; but my word shall not pass away”!

There is an honest and helpful kind of criticism that is invaluable in trying to discover the meaning of damaged or corrupted texts; and this is appreciated by all thoughtful persons.

However, the vicious, unbelieving critic whose only objective is to discredit the Bible is a vanishing species.

True, many of such men were truly intellectuals, having brilliant minds and unusually remarkable skills; but the rules under which radical criticism consented to conduct their studies have been absolutely discredited, rejected, outmoded and forsaken by most Christian scholars of our generation.

That kind of criticism is now a dead duck.

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