Can the Bible be trusted? A Free PowerPoint

  • Can the Bible be trusted?
  • What reason is there to believe that the Bible is inspired by God?
  • Has anything the Bible predicted ever come true?
  • What does it say about the world today and the future?
  • What difference has this Book made to people in real-life situations today?

 These questions are answered in the first part of our PowerPoint presentation The Bible, God and Us.
Eventually this entire presentation series will be available for free download. But for today we have ready the first of two parts about the Bible. We hope that the second part will follow in a few days.

The Bible: Part 1 covers three reasons why we know that the Bible is inspired by God.

  • The unity of the authors
  • The accuracy of its historical record, its scientific statements and its translation
  • The prophecies that have been and are being fulfilled.

Free powerPoint Presentation

Ready for download are:
50 PowerPoint slides (in two batches). These are clear, colourful and attractive slides in PowerPoint Show format. This is a self-running program which will open when you click the file on your computer, and run even if you do not have PowerPoint installed.

Presenter’s notes with clearly marked cues so you will know when to advance the presentation. You will need to print these out before hand, as the PowerPoint show will fill your screen.

Extra notes about:

  • Archaeology and the Bible
  • Messianic prophecies fulfilled
  • Prophecy And Probability

There is enough material in today’s downloads to take several sessions with your kids or youth. But there’s no need to confine it to them! Many adults have benefitted from this series, both for their own information and also as a help in telling others why they believe what they do.

Now to the downloads.

Right-Click on the link and download to your computer. We have broken the slides for Bible Part 1 into two downloads to make it easier for you to successfully capture the whole lot.

If you have any problesm whatsoever in downloading or opening these files, please get in touch with us and we’ll help you all we can.  Just hit the Contact tab on the top menu for our info.

Bible Part 1A PowerPoint slides

Bible Part 1B PowerPoint slides

Presenter’s notes (Printable PDF)

**UPDATE** Part 2 of this section is now available . CLICK HERE.

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6 thoughts on “Can the Bible be trusted? A Free PowerPoint

  1. Thank you so much for this wonderful resource! I have a 9 year old with lots of questions about the validity of our belief in the Bible and how we know our God is the true god – this will be a great help to me in trying to explain why we believe what we believe. It’s a great review for me as well :)

  2. Thank you, Denise for that encouragement. We are planning to get more PowerPoint teaching presentations uploaded in the coming months. In the mean time, we hope you and your child enjoy reviewing this amazing topic.

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  5. Lin, these power points are awesome. I am putting the link in our Sunday Plus Family Discipleship curriculum. What a great tool for parents to sit down with their kids.

  6. Thank you very much, Wanda for your encouragement. Catherine and I are honoured that you feel we are providing material of value to your people.

    Yes, one aim of making this stuff available was to give teachers materials, but the secondary aim was to provide parents, grandparents and anyone who interacts with kids, something to work through at home.

    By the way, we are currently working on a follow on series – “What Christians believe about God”. So look out for that coming along! We’ll tweet and flag it up on Facebook when we upload it.

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