Introducing: The Second in the Trilogy

From Issue: R&R Volume 28 #3

In a world of shifting values, uncertain standards, and rampant skepticism, the message of the Bible has remained unchanged for millennia. Yet it remains crisply relevant, and manifests a timeless quality that continues to provide millions of people with the necessary instruction to live life. The 66 books of the Bible are the most impressive, awe-inspiring works of literature ever penned. They remain unsurpassed among the literary productions on the planet.

But the Bible has not been without its enemies. Indeed, it has sustained a relentless, ongoing assault through the centuries. Is it still possible for believers to defend the Bible against the incessant attacks of modern-day critics? Yes, it is. And we must do so—to please God.

In keeping with its central mission, Apologetics Press is pleased to announce the release of another volume designed to facilitate a defense of the inspiration of the Bible: Behold! The Word of God. The second volume in a trilogy soon to be completed, this outstanding literary work answers the most pressing questions pertaining to the inspiration of the Bible:

  • Does the Bible contain prophecies that came true hundreds of years after they were spoken?
  • How does the Bible’s authenticity compare to that of other ancient books?
  • Is there proof that the Bible is accurate?
  • Can the Christian really provide evidence that the Bible is God’s Word?
  • What makes the Bible different from other books that claim to be inspired?

Behold! The Word of God presents a well-documented, persuasive case for the accuracy, authenticity, and inspiration of the Bible. Aside from proving the existence of God and the deity of Christ, nothing is more fundamental for a Christian to be able to prove than the divine inspiration of the Bible. The honest reader will be compelled to conclude that “all Scripture is given by the inspiration of God.” Be sure to acquire your copy today, and don’t forget also to secure the first volume in the trilogy: Behold! The Lamb of God.


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