The Handwriting of God: Sacred Mysteries of the Bibleby Grant R. Jeffrey
The Handwriting of God will answer your questions about the phenomenal Bible Codes while revealing awesome New Code Discoveries hidden in the Scriptures. Can we trust the Bible? Is Christianity credible? There is a war on for the souls and minds of humanity and the main battleground is the issue of biblical authority. Grant has again uncovered new research/i>… See more details below
The Handwriting of God will answer your questions about the phenomenal Bible Codes while revealing awesome New Code Discoveries hidden in the Scriptures. Can we trust the Bible? Is Christianity credible? There is a war on for the souls and minds of humanity and the main battleground is the issue of biblical authority. Grant has again uncovered new research material that will cause you to search the Scriptures for yourself. He provides new evidence that the Bible is truly “without error” and trustworthy despite the attacks on its authority in our generation.
Rebuild the Foundations of Biblical Authority
Explore These Fascinating Topics:
·Astonishing New Bible Code Discoveries
·The Christian perspective on the Bible Codes
·Jesus and His disciples’ names revealed in the Old Testament
·The awesome impact of Jesus and the Bible
·Is Christianity credible?
·Can we still trust the Bible?
·The mystery of the Trinity
·The scientific collapse of evolution
·New incredible archeological and scientific discoveries
Although the Scriptures were written thousands of years ago, they still speak to us with fresh truth regarding our life and purpose as they communicate the timeless wisdom of God.
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Jeffery does a very good job with this one. It's not a course in theology, but a basic introduction to orthodox Christian belief. In the book, you will find a discussion of the Bible Code, an introduction the historical reliability of the New Testament and a basic discussion of the pitfalls of the theory of Evolution. Some people dislike the book because it answers questions from an objective, 'hard science' point of view. The problem is, they have a predisposition to disbelief (I remember hearing once that if the other side says that it's just horrible based on what it talks about, there's got to be a little something to it, and it certainly holds true here). In any event, this is not a book you want to give a non-Christian, but it is a good one to prepare you for a basic discussion.