What is the Bible? Where did it come from? Is it a collection of ancient myths and stories? Or a mixture of fact and fiction? Is it unique? Is it reliable? Is it inspired? Does it contain a message for mankind? If so, from whom? Man or God?
In answering these questions, Michael Penny communicates his enthusiasm through the liveliness of his writings. He quotes the
evidence of the Bible itself as well as the findings of respected scholars—and he has assembled a fascinating array of facts and
figures to demonstrate that the Bible is ...
- a unique book which ought to be read;
- that it is a reliable book which should be studied;
- that it is a divinely inspired message to mankind, to be believed.
Recently there have been a number of books and television programmes questioning the integrity and reliability of the Bible. Some question the existence of Abraham or David, others whether Herod ordered the massacre of the infants in Bethlehem or that Christ rose from the dead. This book gathers together wide ranging evidence to show that the Bible is accurate and authoritative, reliable and dependable, and that it can be trusted and believed.