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Introducing a unique series of books that will cover almost every question you may ask about the Bible and at a level that is both accessible for the ordinary reader and valuable for the Bible student. The whole series is fully referenced and indexed.
This book introduces the great theme of the Bible and its remarkable prophecies; it also examines the evidence for the Bible as a record of eyewitness accounts contemporary with the times in which they are set. How we can be sure that Jesus was a person of history is one of many issues covered.Buy Individually
God-given and without error is a massive claim for any book. But what do we mean by this, and is it what the Bible claims and what Christians have always believed? Does it really matter? What did Jesus and the apostles believe and how did they use the Old Testament? What do we mean when we say the Bible is sufficient and final?Buy Individually
Who wrote the books of the Bible, and how can we be confident that we have the right ones? We look at how the early Christians accepted the books that now form our New Testament. In addition, we discuss some of the useful letters and books enjoyed by the early churches, but were never considered as part of the Bible—as well as those from the heretics that were discarded by the churches.Buy Individually
For almost fifteen hundred years after the resurrection of Jesus, Britain had no complete Bible in the common language. The story of how the Bible in English became a reality and at what human cost, is both exciting and tragic. But how old are the earliest manuscripts of our Old and New Testaments, and how confident can we be that they have been copied accurately? Selecting a Bible translation is important—but how do we choose?Buy Individually
Those who believe the Bible, have ‘sense as well as faith’. Some of the most brilliant minds in biblical scholarship, both in the past and today, have already answered the growing disbelief in the Bible. Their conclusions, and many more, are presented. Evidence from archaeology and how to respond to the supposed errors will enable a Christian to be confident in the accuracy and harmony of the Bible.Buy Individually
The Bible is not a battlefield to be attacked or defended but the pathway into life to be enjoyed. This final book in the series looks at the best ways to read our Bible and how to understand it with sound common sense. Straightforward charts will help us to see it in its historical context. At the close we are encouraged to spend more time with God and his word each day.Buy Individually
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It will prove an indispensable addition to the library of all who take the Bible seriously and teach it at any level, or who simply want to check out the many questions that are being asked today and be equipped to give an informed defense of the faith.
Brian Edwards is a Christian minister, author, lecturer, and teacher based in the United Kingdom. His twenty books include historical biographies, Christian theologies, and apologetics. His wider ministry includes preaching and lecturing in the UK and abroad.