Frequently Asked Questions About the Bible Answered

Welcome to the Freedom Bible Study Podcast, hosted by Troy King. In this episode, we embark on an enlightening journey to explore the Bible’s fundamental questions. What is the Bible, who wrote it, and what sets the Old and New Testaments apart? We’ll also delve into the original languages and the significance of the Septuagint.

Discover that the Bible is not just a book about God, but a divine revelation moved by the Holy Spirit. Uncover its fascinating authorship history, explore the distinctions between the Old and New Testaments, and learn about the original languages and the role of the Septuagint. By the end of this episode, you’ll have a deeper understanding of the Bible’s origins and translations. Like, follow, and share this podcast to spread knowledge and understanding, and don’t hesitate to share your questions and insights in the comments below. Join us on this enlightening journey!

Episode Highlights

[5:30] What Is the Bible?

I explain that the Bible is not a man’s book about God but God’s revelation to humanity through His experiences with people.

[09:25] Who Wrote the Bible?

We discuss the various authors of the Bible, including Moses, King David, King Solomon, Isaiah, and Apostle Paul, highlighting the diversity of writing styles.

[16:12] The Difference Between the Old and New Testament

We cover the differences between the Old and New Testaments, including the number of books and their content. He mentions the gap between the two and its historical context.

[21:05] What Language Was the Bible Written In?

I dispel the misconception that the King James version was the original inspired word of God and clarifies that the Old Testament was written in Hebrew and Aramaic, while the New Testament was written in Koine Greek.

[27:45] Outro

We conclude the episode by emphasizing the significance of understanding the Bible’s context and language to gain a deeper understanding of its message.

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