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The Word: Understanding & Trusting the Bible…

The Word: Understanding & Trusting the Bible in an Age of Skepticism

by Craig Smith

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Today's attacks on the Bible come from every direction: adventure novels and blockbuster movies, university classes and news magazines. Everywhere we turn, questions are being raised about how we got the Bible, how we interpret the Bible and whether or not we can trust the Bible. But the modern skepticism about Scripture has an easily-overlooked bright side: people are asking questions about a crucial subject. If Christians are prepared with credible answers to authentic questions, they have an opportunity to speak truth into our culture in natural and meaningful ways. Anyone interested in knowing how the Bible came together, what the Bible is and how we should both study and defend God's Word will find this an invaluable resource.

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