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7 Irrefutable Proofs the Bible is God’s Word

Examine the evidence and decide for yourself

Salina Christaria
16 min readJul 31, 2021


Some people say there is no God. Others say their god is the one true God. Since all these voices are in disagreement, we are left with a choice. We can either pick and choose whatever we want to believe based on what appeals to us, or we can seek to discover what is true by examining the evidence. I have chosen to do the latter, culminating in seven irrefutable proofs the Bible is God’s Word.

However, before I dive in, let me begin by saying I wasn’t raised in any church, nor did I grow up reading the Bible. I was in high school when a friend presented me with my first Bible, and for whatever reason I simply accepted it as the Word of God without question. It wasn’t until recently I became interested in learning whether what I had always assumed to be true could be proven true through an examination of the evidence.

What I have come to realize over the course of my life is only a fool puts their trust in something based on blind faith. The world is full of deceivers looking to sell their lies to the naive and gullible. If the Bible is God’s Word, then it will contain irrefutable proofs so our faith is not blind at all, but logical, rational, and founded upon facts.

I have curated below seven of these proofs for your consideration. All scripture quotations are from the New King James version of the Bible.

Proof #1: Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream

In chapter 2 of the book of Daniel, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar dreamed a dream. It troubled him and he wanted his wise men to tell him what it meant. Having learned not to trust them, he put their powers to the test by commanding them to tell him what he dreamed, as well as the dream’s meaning.

They couldn’t do either, so in Nebuchadnezzar’s rage he ordered the execution of all the magicians, astrologers, sorcerers, and Chaldeans. When the decree went out, the killing spree began. Daniel and his three friends, all four of whom had been taken captive from Jerusalem and ordered to study under the Chaldean wise men, were also targeted for death.

In order to save his life and the lives of his friends, Daniel prayed to God. He asked God to…



Salina Christaria

Author, blogger, speaker and deep thinker, passionate about encouraging us all to be unstoppable in the pursuit of our potential.