A Record Year

Major league records are being broken all the time, Olympic records challenged, achievements surpassed in all walks of life.
But consider this: The last 100 plus years of biblical records have been broken as well, in the discovery of manuscripts, and ancient texts attesting to the reliability of the biblical text.
The Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, the oldest biblical manuscripts found up until the Dead Sea Scrolls discovery.
To date, over 5800 Greek New Testament fragments have been found.
The earliest complete copies of the New Testament
Over 10,000 Latin New Testament manuscripts
Over 25,000 handwritten copies of the New Testament have been recovered.
Over the last 100 years, thousands of ancient Greek manuscripts have been found in countries all along the Mediterranean.
Currently in Israel alone, scores of archaeological digs are going on
and the number of new discoveries growing.
The Bible preserved—over the centuries!
Engage with this book of books!

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