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Bible: Can We Trust It?

Bible: Can We Trust It?
In this book Andrew Mathieson sets out to explain what the Bible is, where it came from and what's it about, in simple terms that the guys he used to kick about with could understand.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781527100008
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Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Author: Andrew Mathieson
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It was the first book to ever be printed. It remains one of the most popular of all time, with whole societies of people professing to live their lives according to its pages - but can the Bible actually be trusted? Does it have any substance or is it just some nice ideas? Isn't it full of contradictions, and can it really have anything to say in the 21st century? The fourth title of the First Steps series by 9Marks explores these questions and more, showing that the Bible is not only still relevant, it is powerful! This book is part of 9Marks in the First Steps series of short workbooks. It looks at the Bible in 8 chapters that cover: Where did the Bible come from? (part I, Origins); Where did the Bible come from? (part II, Canon); How do we know we can trust it? (part I, Inspiration); How do we know we can trust it? (part II, Inerrancy); How do I read the Bible? (part I, Old Testament); How do we read the Bible? (part II, New Testament); Is the Bible still relevant today?; How does the Bible point to Jesus? The book is practical and draws on vivid illustrations. It is in 116pp.
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