40 reasons to trust the Bible is ‘encouraging everyone to explore the Bible more seriously’
Reverend Ian Walters writes his thoughts on 40 Reasons to trust the Bible.
In the article, which is part of Crosslincs Diocesan Mag, he explains how he found the book to be ‘one that attracts the curious and sceptical and should be very readable to a genuinely enquiring mind.’
The ‘timely book’ is the work of Martin Johnson, Jamie Austin and Kate Wiltshire, three scientists who investigate the authenticity of the Bible. We’re so pleased that Revd Ian Walters enjoyed it and thank him for his kind words!
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‘it could also be something you might suggest to your agnostic or atheist friends.’
About the Book
THREE SCIENTISTS FROM DIFFERENT FIELDS TEST THE AUTHENTICITY OF THE BIBLE.
Martin Johnson, Jamie Austin and Kate Wiltshire discuss 40 diverse topics, each investigating a different aspect of the Bible’s authenticity, from history to genetics, geology to archaeology, and the reliability of the texts to the accuracy of the prophecies.
The Bible is the most remarkable book in the world. Written over a period of several millennia and completed almost 2,000 years ago, its message still influences the lives of billions of people across the globe today. It can be found in virtually every country and every written language, and is the best-selling book of all time.
But can the Bible really be relied upon? Are the events and people portrayed fact or myth? Has the content changed over centuries of copying? Does modern science support or deny the accuracy of the ancient texts?
Martin Johnson, Jamie Austin and Kate Wiltshire discuss 40 diverse topics, each investigating a different aspect of the Bible’s authenticity, from history to genetics, geology to archaeology, and the reliability of the texts to the accuracy of the prophecies. They convincingly demonstrate that the Bible is indeed reliable in respect to its factual claims, and provide ample links to further resources for the reader who wants to dig deeper.