Friday, October 5, 2012

Review: Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions ~ Volume 2

Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions (Vol. 2) is another excellent book written by the combined authorship of Ken Ham, Bodie Hodge, and Tim Chaffey.  Designed to give Christians a Biblical basis to stand strong on God's Word, this book does away with the "smoke screens" that unbelievers will throw in your path.

This book has 40 chapters, one  for each (you guessed it) supposed Bible contradiction.  It's interesting to follow through Biblical chronological history, the original language the texts were written in, and other fact-revealing methods of determining what some have considered contradictory scripture passages.

Even several supposed inconsistencies I had heard of before (that seemed so obvious as non-contradictory) are laid out in reader-friendly terms.  It's nice to have easy-to-relate answers to those who have questions.

The Bible doesn't contradict itself in any way.  As the book states, it is written to show you that the Bible is completely trustworthy.  If we have a difficult time understanding or accepting something, it doesn't mean it is false.  We need to look into the issue on a deeper level.  I believe that God has preserved His Word through the ages and the original manuscripts were inspired by God.  Reading this book has encouraged me to dig deeper into passages before glossing over information that appears more tedious or difficult to understand.

I have yet to read Volume 1 of Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions; it is now on my to-read list. I received this book in exchange for my honest review.

 This book is published by Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publishing Group.

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