Literalism: Can we take the Bible literally?

Nov 15, 2009 • Weston Ely • Series: Doubting Your Doubts

Millions of people read the Bible each week seeing it as a source of divine truth. But others object to Christianity because they believe the Bible is little more than a book of legends and human speculation about a God that they have made up in their minds. They would say the Bible is full of errors, and not a trustworthy source for truth. This morning, Weston Ely will be preaching and address the question, "Can we take the Bible literally?"

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