The Bible is a collection of sixty-six books written over a period of some 1,500 years by dozens of human authors in three different languages. The cultural and linguistic divides mean that there are times we will run across passages whose meaning was clear to the author but is not immediately clear to us. We also know that all of these books were inspired by God. They are therefore inerrant and without contradiction. In this series, R.C. Sproul takes a look at some of the Bible’s most difficult texts and explains them in light of their forgotten context.