A Book to trust #23 Comparing Ancient Biblical Manuscripts

The 5 books known as the Megilot (the Scrolls) were booked together in the Leningrad Codex of 1008 in a historical order. Nevertheless, their appearance usually follows the order of the liturgical calendar. Subsequent editions of Biblica Hebraica edited by Paul Kahle and Rudolf Kittel.

A Book to trust #21 Biblical hermeneutics and Keys to truth

KJV-only people often forget that in the many Bible Translation committees, all over the world, can be found many serious honest people who like to do justice to the Word of God. Several brainstormers from all sorts of religious groups often work together as a team to sit down to do some good bible hermeneutics for getting the best contemporary words placed in good readable and understandable phrases.

A Book to trust #16 Biblical archaeology vs Historical science or study #1 Flat or round earth

The Elohim wants people to have a willingness to hear His Word Which He offers as a schooling-tool enabling all people to get insight and wisdom. Most of the time people did not want to listen to His word and preferred to follow their own fantasies or what they thought would be scientific right. As such we got creationists, flat earth believers, and many others, who after science brought some proves still did not want to believe it.

A Book to trust #12 Archaeology confirming or denying claims of the Bible #3 Material evidence to survive

Archaeology, in the last decades, may have uncovered a lot of biblical events and figures, but no archaeological confirmation is likely to ever deliver any kind of death blow to the side of disbelief.