Why Trust The Bible? (25-Pack)
  • Why Trust The Bible? (25-Pack)
  • Why Trust The Bible? (25-Pack)
  • Why Trust The Bible? (25-Pack)
ISBN: 143354346X
EAN13: 9781433543463
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 31, 2015
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 1.11" H x 9.13" L x 6.57" W
Weight: 1.58 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Not much original content
May be helpful for very new Christians but lacks serious intellectual rigor. Instead, spend the $10 on Craig Bloomberg's Can I Still Believe the Bible? Here is cited heavily.
   Good read
I will go back to it again and familiarize myself with the carefully constructed arguments in this book.
   Concise readable intro to Bible objections & questions
Perfect introduction to the historical objections and questions relating to Bible translation, transmission, canon of books, Authors'trustworthiness and basic accuracy. Accessible and understandable to newcomers and folks who are curious about Christianity.
   There are some fine points available in the books in the bibliography if ...
Exactly, what you need to know as a believer. There are some fine points in the books in the bibliography, if you need to address critics in detail, but mostly this is the book to have.
   Simple, Logical, and Helpful
While the Bible's trustworthiness is a complex subject, the question posed by this book is of eternal consequence. This book is accessible, well-written and logically presented and was extremely helpful to me. I recommend this book wholeheartedly!
If you are at all curious about the Bible and why so many people trust it, or if you have someone in your life who casts doubt on the Bible and you now have questions about it! It is written by a pastor who graduated from Yale with a B.A. in History and he is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Theology.
   Excellent Resource For Church Members
As a pastor, I am always looking for clear, simple and accurate resources on such topics, about which members of our church regularly ask questions. Greg Gilbert does a great job of explaining the reliability of the manuscripts of the New Testament in this book. I already gave out a dozen copies and add it to our library of the Church. I highly recommend this as an introduction to topics such as canonicity, the transmission of the text, the accuracy of English Bible translations, etc. If you have people in your church who have listened to Jesus type things and then try to discredit Scripture, this is a great resource for you to get them.
   Excellent discipleship tool or primer on basic doctrine of Scripture
This compact and short work is a great place to start for the new believer or someone with basic questions about the Bible. It is ideal for a small Sunday school class, home group, youth group, prison or evangelism study.
   Excellent, helpful book
This book presents a Christian case for the reliability of the succinct Scriptures. This will be an easy book to recommend to any questioning skeptic or new believer who has questions about why Christians so trust these documents so much.
   Why trust this book?
As a teacher of an adult Sunday class, I have occasionally been asked questions about the trustworthiness of the Bible, and while I have been able to answer them, I will also refer people to this book. I bought this book to see what it is saying and found the book to be well written with logical explanations of the basis for trusting the Bible. This is a short book, so if you are looking for a quick, concise description of some of the common questions and answers about faith in the Bible, this is well worth reading.