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Episode Info: Our Reasons to Believe Scripture verse for today is Colossians 4:5-6. It reads, "Walk in wisdom toward them that are without, redeeming the time. Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man." Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from Charlie H. Campbell. He said, "Many of those who scoff at the trustworthiness of the Bible do so overlooking the fact that thousands of archaeological discoveries have affirmed the historical reliability of the Bible.” Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled "The Divinity of Christ" part 6 from "The Handbook of Christian Apologetics" by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli. Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli go on to talk about “Arguments for Christ's Divinity”: We now move to stronger arguments: arguments for the actuality, not just the possibility, of Christ's divinity. Christ's Trustworthiness Everyone who reads the Gospels agrees that Jesus was a good and wise man, a great and profound teacher. Most nonreligious people, and even many' people of other religions, like Gandhi, see him as history's greatest moral teacher. He is, in short, eminently trustworthy. But what a trustworthy teacher teaches can be trusted. If he is trustworthy, then we should trust him, especially about his own identity. If we do not trust him about that, then we cannot say he is trustworthy, that is, wise and good. In fact, if we do not trust him even to know who he is, then he certainly is not trustworthy, wise and good. If there is any one thing that disqualifies a person from being trustworthy, it is not knowing himself. A man who thinks he is God when he is not God clearly does not know himself. The size of the gap between what you are and what you think you are is a pretty good index of your insanity. If I believe I am the best writer in America, I am an egotistical fool, but I am not insane. If I believe I am Napoleon, I am probably near the edge. If I believe I am the archangel Gabriel, I am probably well over it. And if I believe I am God? ... Would you send your children to Sunday school to be taught by a man who thought he was God? Why then did anyone believe Jesus' claim to be God? ...
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