Why Trust the Bible? (Product Review)

by Dr. Timothy Paul Jones

WhyTrustTheBibleAttacking the Word of God has been going on for centuries. So it should come as no surprise to 21st century believers that bashing the Bible is a popular pastime in our day. This report does a fine job defending the reliability of Holy Scripture against the attacks of so-called “new critics” such as Bart Ehrman. Dr. Timothy Paul Jones has done a fine job dissecting the false claims made recently about the surviving manuscripts of the Bible. One by one, he refutes these statements with clarity, common sense and historical accuracy. Mr. Jones has done his homework, and he is able to communicate the truth about the Bible’s trustworthiness in an easy-to-understand writing style.

 

There are many in-depth books on the reliability of Scripture. Evangelicals have done well in this regard. But I like this pamphlet because it provides a concise introduction to a subject that can never be written about enough. Sceptics are everywhere, and believers need well-written resources that can be presented to those who doubt that the Bible can be trusted. This report fits the bill perfectly as something to give a family member, friend or co-worker who has been inundated with lies and is therefore in desperate need of the truth.

Believers both young and old would also do well to read this report and benefit from its teachings. Do not let its brevity fool you. It is packed with information that will strengthen your faith in God by strengthening your faith in the reliability of His Word.

This pamphlet is published in multiple formats by Rose Publishing. Click Here for more information and to purchase a copy today.

 

 

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