Styrkir sögulegan bakgrunn Krists

Ţetta er afar merkur fundur og vonandi byggđur á traustum grunni. Ţađ er međ ólíkindum ađ ţetta geti fundist svona 2070+ árum síđar. Ţađ er út af fyrir sig merkilegt ţegar sögulegar minjar varđveitast en Jerúsalem hefur veriđ í brennidepli síđustu 2000 árin og ţví međ nokkrum ólíkindum ađ ţetta hafi uppgötvast núna. Verđur fróđlegt ađ heyra hvernig ţetta hefur sannast. Margir efast um tilvist Jesú Krists, en fjölmargt í Nýja Testamentinu samrćmist sagnfrćđiskođunum og fornleifafundum. Vísindum. Tómas efađist ţar til hann fann. Sama er ađ segja um margan manninn.

Í Biblíunni er einna oftast talađ um Jerúsalemborg en ef mér skjátlast ekki er Babýlon nćst oftast nefnd af borgum ţar á eftir. Bagdad er í raun arftaki hinnar fornu Babýlon. Ţađ er svo undarlegt ađ nú á 21. öldinni eftir Kristburđ eru ţessar borgir enn ţćr tvćr sem mest er um ritađ. Nú í dagblöđum og á Netinu.

Ţetta sýnir kannski hvađ er erfitt stundum ađ finna ţađ sem er fyrir framan fólk alla daga.


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1 Smámynd: Hlynur Ţór Magnússon

Eitthvađ er nú ţetta undarleg frétt hjá mbl.is, er ég hrćddur um ...

Hlynur Ţór Magnússon, 7.5.2007 kl. 22:53

3 Smámynd: Elías Theódórsson

Fagna bloggi úm Biblítengt efni.

Forleifafrćđin hefur stađfest tilvist Babylonar. Í gamlatestamentinu er bók sem nefnist Daníelsbók. Ţessi bók segir m.a frá konunginum í Babylon og í 2 kafla er stórkostlegur spádómur ţar sem styttan er útskýrđ, ţessi spádómur varpar ljosi á framgang mannkynsögunar til okkar tíma.  Mannkynssagan hefur stađfest árćđanleika spádómsins.

Elías Theódórsson, 8.5.2007 kl. 08:26

4 Smámynd: Svanur Sigurbjörnsson

Ţetta er verulega "spooky" túlkun hjá ţér Eyţór.  Ţađ kvelur mig ađ sjá svona góđan tónlistarmann sem ţig svona veikan í rökhugsun.  Ekki ćtla ég ađ hćtta mér í deilur um ţađ hvort ađ Jesús hafi veriđ til eđa ekki en ţađ er ljóst ađ Biblían er full af lygum um smiđssoninn og ţar á ég viđ kraftaverkasögur, upprisu frá dauđum og slík hindurvitni.  "Tómas efađist ţar til hann fann" ???!!! - hvađ kemur eđlilegur efi Tómasar um upprisu Jesú vísindalegri fornleifafrćđi viđ? 

Fyrirsögnin ţín "Styrkir sögulegan bakgrunn Krists" er röng stađhćfing.  Ţađ er vitađ međ góđri vissu út frá sagnariturum ţessa tíma ađ Heródes hinn mikli var til enda mjög valdamikil persóna.  Ţó ađ saga Jesú, sem er reyndar full af alls kyns misritun um söguna, hafi gerst á svipuđum tíma, er ţessi fundur ekki neitt sem rennir frekari stođum undir hana.  Hún hrekur hana heldur ekki.

Hvađ áttu viđ međ ţví ađ ţađ sé undarlegt ađ ţađ sé svona mikiđ fjallađ um Jerúsalem og Bagdad?  Ertu ađ vísa til einhvers trúarlegs sambands, ţ.e. ađ vegna sagna Biblíunnar sé ţetta eđlilegt eđa viđ ađ búast?  Spooky   

Svanur Sigurbjörnsson, 8.5.2007 kl. 13:25

5 Smámynd: Elías Theódórsson

Athyglisverđ lesning. Archaeological Evidence Supporting the Bible

The Bible contains 66 books written over a 1500-year period of time by 44 different authors. The authenticity of its stories and of the people that lived in its history has been authenticated by the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1948, dating back to 150-170 BC, and containing all or parts of the Old Testament books except the book of Esther. Many other discoveries have helped vindicate many details of the Bible that had been scoffed at by higher critics.

The Cyrus Cylinder discovered in 1879 records Cyrus' overthrow of Babylon and his subsequent deliverance of the Jewish captives.

The Rosetta Stone discovered in 1799 in Egypt by Napoleon's scientists, and written in three languages - hieroglyphics, demotic and Greek - unlocked the mystery of the hieroglyphics which have helped confirm the authenticity of the Bible.

The Moabite Stone discovered in 1868 at Dibon, Jordan, confirmed Moabite attacks on Israel as recorded in 2 Kings 1 & 3.

The Lachish Letters, discovered in 1932-1938, 24 miles north of Beersheba, described the attack of Nebuchadnezzar on Jerusalem in 586 BC.

Another evidence of the Bible's inspiration is found in its cohesive unity. In more than 3000 places, the Bible declares itself inspired. It does not contradict itself.

As has been seen in previous articles, the prophecies of the Bible in cases such as Babylon, Tyre, Petra and Egypt, as well as the Messianic prophecies, vindicate the Bible's authenticity.

The Bible has survived centuries and even millenia. Despite all the attempts of Satan to hide it, destroy it, and make it unaccessible to the common person (remember the Dark Ages), the Bible has been preserved by God. "The words of the Lord are pure words: as silver, tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou shalt keep them, O Lord, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever." Psalm 12:6,7 Jesus also promises that "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away." Matt 24:35

But what does the Bible have to say about its inspiration? From where does it say it gets its revelation?

1 Peter 1:21 says: "For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost."

In fact, the Bible states emphatically that: "ALL Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness..." 2 Tim 3:16 When this was written, it was primarily referring to the Old Testament. Those that say that the Old Testament, or the gospels, or other parts of the Bible are no longer applicable to us, are incorrect. The entire Bible exists for our edification. The Scriptures point to Jesus and His solution for our sin problem. From Genesis to Revelation, Jesus is revealed in His various forms. In the Pentateuch (the first five books), Jesus is revealed. In Genesis, Christ is our Creator. In Exodus, Christ is our Sanctuary, our Haven, our Deliverer. In Leviticus, Christ is our Sacrifice and Judge. In Numbers, Christ is our Guide. And in Deuteronomy, Christ is revealed as our Reward. In the book of Revelation & Daniel, we see Christ as our Judge. And we find these aspects of Christ revealed throughout the Bible.

In Psalm 119:160, the Bible states: "Thy word is true from the beginning..."

In John 17:17, we read, "...thy word is truth."

What are the Scriptures for?

One of the purposes of God's word is to give us hope. Romans 15:4: "For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope."

The scriptures make us wise unto salvation. They show us the plan of salvation and how we can appropriate its benefits to ourselves, and become reconciled unto God, and someday live in the earth made new. "...the holy scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus." 2 Tim 3:15

The scriptures reveal Jesus as Saviour. "Search the scriptures, for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me." John 5:39. The Scriptures here referred to is the Old Testament. Those who teach that these Scriptures are not applicable to us do not understand what Jesus is saying. If we want to find more about Jesus, we do not need to restrict ourselves only to the gospels or the Paul's books. The entire Bible will reveal the beauty of God's character.

How Do We Study the Scriptures?

When we study the scriptures, we need to study wisely and under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." 2 Tim 2:15 The Holy Spirit sent by God guides us as we study. "Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth..." John 16:13. As we open our hearts to the Spirit's influence and compare spiritual things with spiritual, God will guide us. (1 Cor 2:13) Before studying the Bible, we should always ask the Holy Spirit to be with us so that we can rightly discern what the Word is trying to tell us.

When studying the Bible, we must compare scripture with scripture, ("For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept, line upon line, line upon line: here a little and there a little." Isaiah 28:10) and as we do we will discover truth.

As we study the Bible, we need to approach it with an open mind, willing to follow what it shows us. "If any man will do his will, he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself." John 7:17 And we must not ignore parts of the Bible that don't suit us, or discard portions of the Bible as not applicable, or add our own words to it. "For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book. And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book." Rev 22:18,19

God does not desire us to be ignorant. He has caused His Word to be written so that anyone can understand it if they want to. When studying prophecy, the Bible is its own interpreter, giving definitions for the symbols it uses. We dont' need to guess or make wild assumptions.

The greatest evidence, however, of the Bible's inspiration is evidenced in the Christ it reveals and the changes in those who study it. (John 5:39; Acts 4:12; Matthew 11:26-28)

Elías Theódórsson, 8.5.2007 kl. 15:13

6 Smámynd: Margrét St Hafsteinsdóttir

Hvađa Heródes er veriđ ađ tala um? Voru ţeir ekki einir 7?

Margrét St Hafsteinsdóttir, 8.5.2007 kl. 15:58

7 Smámynd: Hjalti Rúnar Ómarsson

Elías, ég myndi gjarnan vilja rćđa viđ ţig um ţetta "koppí-peist" frá ţér, en held ađ ţađ vćri ókurteisi ađ gera ţađ á blogginu hans Eyţórs. Myndirđu vilja rćđa um ţessa stuttu grein annars stađar?

Hjalti Rúnar Ómarsson, 9.5.2007 kl. 00:40

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