Quotes about Bible-Criticized


Men think God’s laws too many and too strict, and yet make more of their own, and are precise for keeping them.


We owe to the Scriptures the same reverence as we owe to God, since it has its only source in Him and has nothing of human origin mixed with it.


The best evidence of the Bible’s being the word of God is to be found between its covers. It proves itself.


Precisely because it is so powerful, the Bible has always had its enemies. Unbelievers challenge its credibility. Skeptics question its accuracy. Moral revisionists depreciate its precepts. Religious liberals dispute its supernatural character. Cultists twist its meaning.


Is it easy to convince someone that the Bible is the Word of God on the basis of its unity, its scientific, historical accuracy, its miracles, its archaeological evidence? I haven’t found that to be the case. In a special series spread over a three-week period I presented such data at a private college in California. I felt the proof was overwhelming and not one person became a believer. Why doesn’t it convince all unbelievers when it’s so convincing to us? Paul said it when he wrote, “The man without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned” (1 Cor. 2:14). Only when the Holy Spirit does His regenerating work, only as He opens the mind, tears off the scales of blindness, gives life where there is death and plants the marvelous understanding of the revelation of God, only then do people come to believe and trust in the Bible. The reason I know the Bible is true is that the Spirit of God has convinced me of it.


The Bible is the most offensive book ever written. It damns the whole human race. No one escapes.


We’ve already seen how sin began when God’s command was reduced to a question [Gen. 3:1]. At that moment the most deadly spiritual force was covertly smuggled into the world: the assumption that God’s Word is subject to human judgment.


A thousand times over, the death knell of the Bible has been sounded, a funeral procession formed, the inscription cut on the tombstone, and committal read. But somehow the corpse never stays put.


Be very sure of this – people never reject the Bible because they cannot understand it. They understand it too well; they understand that it condemns their own behavior; they understand that it witnesses against their own sins, and summons them to judgment. They try to believe it is false and useless, because they don’t like to believe it is true.


Isn’t it amazing that almost everyone has an opinion to offer about the Bible, and yet so few have studied it?


He that reads his Bible to find fault with it will soon discover that the Bible finds fault with him.


Defend the Bible? I would as soon defend a lion!


Every type of destruction that human philosophy, human science, human reason, human art, human cunning, human force and human brutality could bring to bear against a book has been brought to bear against this Book, and yet the Bible stands absolutely unshaken today. At times almost all the wise and great of the earth have been pitted against the Bible, and only an obscure few for it. Yet it has stood.


The battle between the Seed of the woman and the Seed of the Serpent began with these words: ‘Did God really say?’ From that day forward, the Word of God has been attacked, maligned, distorted and suppressed. The assault comes both from inside and outside the church, as those outside claim that Scripture is not the Word of God and those inside fail to handle the Word rightly             


Men do not reject the Bible because it contradicts itself but because it contradicts them.


Funny how we believe what the newspaper says, but question what the Bible says.

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Thy Word Is Truth

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