The Symposium: The Book that Changed the World
Feb. 05, 2016 - Feb. 07, 2016
West Lafayette, Indiana
The Book that Changed the World
THE RELIABILITY AND RELEVANCE OF THE BIBLE
Dr. Daniel B. Wallace will present powerful evidence for those watching live or live stream concerning the reliability of the Bible in the main lecture, “How Badly has the Bible Been Corrupted?” February 5, 7:00-9:30pm EST at Elliott Hall of Music, Purdue University.
Most people are simply unaware of the fact that the historical reliability of the Bible is incomparably greater than any other ancient texts. To deny this is to require skepticism about the reliability of all ancient literature. Indeed, the level of reliability of the Bible is so high that the Bible we hold in our hands today is essentially the same as what was available in the first century. Come hear and see the astounding evidence and learn about the relevance and historical reliability of the Bible. There will also be a manuscript exhibit such that one can actually see and literally touch the books that changed the world. The Bible has had more impact on western civilization than virtually anything else. Hospitals were named after religious sects, not after secularism. The university likewise owes its existence to Christian thought derived from the Bible.
For more information on specific topics and events see http://www.symposiachristi.com/
- Purdue University & Streamed Online at Various locations - http://www.symposiachristi.com/ for more information
- West Lafayette, Indiana 47907
- Admission Details:
- Free admission; also available as online streaming event
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- Additional Links
- Symposium Facebook Group
- The Symposium Website
- Symposium Facebook Page
- Online Live Streaming Location
Wednesdays 6:00pm - 7:30pm See RCPurdue.org for the latest events calendar and locations.
Meeting locations are subject to change.
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