Each New Testament book contains “problem passages.” Liberal critics attack them, and sometimes the most experienced Bible students puzzle over them. In Critical Questions for New Testament Study, Custer answers questions from each New Testament book, covering topics from the Synoptic Problem to gender roles. He finds passages that critics label inaccurate and explains instead how each displays the Bible’s inspiration and inerrancy. Written especially for students preparing to preach, this book is also a valuable reference for pastors, Bible teachers, and all serious students of the New Testament. Its clear approach and simple apologetics will solidify your faith and help you prepare answers for when the Bible is questioned.
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Stewart Custer received a BA and MA in Bible and a PhD in Greek text from Bob Jones University. He began teaching at BJU in 1955 as a graduate assistant in Greek. Besides teaching biblical theology, methods of bible exposition, and advanced Greek courses at BJU, Custer was the director of the university’s planetarium and produced programs for public viewing. He was chairman of the division of Bible and editor of Biblical Viewpoint, the journal of BJU’s School of Religion, until his retirement. Custer has been in demand as an expository preacher, visiting many churches to present a series of expositions on a single book of Scripture, or to speak on specific topics such as the fallacies of evolution or the inspiration of the Bible. He currently serves as the pastor emeritus of Trinity Bible Church in Greer, South Carolina.