Has God Spoken?: Memorable Proofs of the Bible's Divine InspirationHank Hanegraaff
Compelling evidence that the Bible is God's Holy Word.Using the memorable acronym MAPS, radio host and Bible scholar Hank Hanegraaff masterfully reveals four proofs that confirm the divine origin of the Bible. M represents the strength of the manuscript itself as many actual... Read More
Compelling evidence that the Bible is God's Holy Word.
Using the memorable acronym MAPS, radio host and Bible scholar Hank Hanegraaff masterfully reveals four proofs that confirm the divine origin of the Bible. M represents the strength of the manuscript itself as many actual fragments have been locatedA stands for the archaeological proofs that have been uncoveredP is for the prophecy that has accurately predicted eventsS represents the scriptural synergy found in the unity, consistency, and harmony of the sixty-six books
These clearly presented proofs provide powerful indicators that confirm the trustworthiness and divine nature of Scripture, that God has indeed spoken, and that the Bible is the reliable repository of His words.
- Store Only: Yes
- Product type: Book
- Format: Book
- Release Date: Aug 3, 2011
- UPC: 9780849919701
- Height: 1.3
- Width: 6.4
- Length: 9.3
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 382
- Publish Date: Aug 29, 2011
- Language: English
- BISAC: "REL067030"
- ISBN: 0849919703
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Thought provoking by 1kyteacher on 12/22/2011
Recently, I read Has God Spoken? Proof of the Bible's Divine Inspiration by Hank Hanegraaff. I was quite excited about reading the book, hoping it would make me more knowledgeable in being able to support the Bible with outside evidence. This book did just that.
As I began to read the book, however, I felt like the author was slamming another writer. Still, Hanegraaff did complete the task of supporting the truthfulness of the Bible using historical and archeological evidence.
The only other issue I had with the book was the vocabulary. For someone like myself, I am better convinced, or easier to reach, when the vocabulary is on my level. There were many times throughout the reading that I found myself skimming just to get to a part I actually understood. Because there are so many who strive to make the Bible out to be a good story, it seems the author would have used language for laymen to understand. This would be a great book for those who are highly educated and fluent in rich vocabulary.
I recieved a copy of this book from the publisher for my honest review.