Now in a bold defense for the accuracy of Scripture, Ken Ham leads a powerful team of contributors in providing core biblical truths to help refute claims regarding the inaccuracy of God's Holy Word.
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Table of Contents
Foreword Ken Ham 9
Introduction Dr. Jason Lisle 11
Meat of the Matter Bodie Hodge 25
Time of Death Bodie Hodge 27
Underneath a Solid Sky Gary Vaterlaus 30
Full of Meaning Stacia McKeever 33
My Three Sons Bodie Hodge 35
Location, Location, Location Bodie Hodge 37
The Order of Nations Gary Vaterlaus 39
A Lot of Relationships Roger Patterson 41
Left in the Dust Gary Vaterlaus 43
Two Creation Accounts? Paul F. Taylor 46
By the Light of the Moon John Upchurch 48
Exodus - Deuteronomy
A Time to Kill Roger Patterson 53
Bats of a Feather Bodie Hodge 56
Two Missing Legs Bodie Hodge 57
Dead Man Writing Roger Patterson 58
Too Close for Comfort Gary Vaterlaus 60
Face to Face Bodie Hodge 62
Change of Heart Stacia McKeever 64
Joshua - Malachi
Slaughter at Jericho Steve Fazekas 69
Cut in Half Roger Patterson 73
A Man of Many Wives Roger Patterson 75
Two Ages at Once Bodie Hodge Stacia McKeever 77
Get Out of Jail Twice Bodie Hodge 84
Mixed Prophets Paul F. Taylor Bodie Hodge 86
Sleeping in the Temple Paul F. Taylor 90
As Easy as Pi Dr. Jason Lisle 91
Matthew - John
Problems with Basic Math? Bodie Hodge 95
Seeds of Dissent Stacia McKeever 98
Against the Law Roger Patterson 100
Counting Offspring Stacia McKeever 102
A Staff or Not? Stacia McKeever 104
What's in a Father's Name? Bodie Hodge 106
Greater Than or Equal To Paul F. Taylor Bodie Hodge 109
Crossed Messages Dr. Georgia Purdom 111
An Extra Cainan? Paul F. Taylor 113
Three Days and Nights Paul F. Taylor 115
Acts - Revelation
A Righteous Lie? Bodie Hodge 119
How Did Judas Die? Dr. Georgia Purdom 121
The Unforgivable Sin Bodie Hodge 123
The Firstborn Creator Bodie Hodge 127
Accounts Payable Roger Patterson 129
Conclusion Bodie Hodge 132
Appendix: Regarding a Righteous Lie Bodie Hodge 135
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Beginning with a brief survey of misconceptions that often lead folks to suppose the Bible is in error, Demolishing Contradictions provides reasonable answers for some 40 challenges to the integrity of Scripture. Contributors to this volume include Bodie Hodge, Gary Vaterlaus, Stacia McKeever, Roger Patterson, Paul F. Taylor, John Upchurch, Steve Fazekas, Dr. Jason Lisle and Dr. Georgia Purdom. This resource is divided in to five sections of questions (Genesis, Exodus through Deuteronomy, Joshua through Malachi, Matthew through John, and Acts through Revelation), which is likely to make it a handy grab-off-the-shelf reference tool. In all honesty, I actually learned a few things from this resource - and I'm quite nearly a lifelong Bible scholar and preacher of the Gospel. No apologist should be without this handy reference, which in light of 2 Peter 3:15 is to say that no Bible-affirming Christian should neglect to read this material. As the back cover reminds us, "With nearly two-thirds of young people leaving the church when they move from home, there has never been a more important time to have reasoned response for those who desire only to undermine your faith. It is imperative that believers are able to stand firm in their faith, and have answers to the culture's attacks on the Bible."
Twenty-odd reviews on this book and only two or three are legit?! This was a very good and informative book. It's really neat to see how the Bible all fits together. Highly recommended.
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