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Product Details

  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Master Books (August 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0890516332
  • ISBN-13: 978-0890516331
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #205,210 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Authors include Ken Ham, John MacArthur, Terry Mortenson, Jason Lisle, Brian Edwards, Tommy Mitchell, Jobe Martin, Georgia Purdom, Bodie Hodge, Roger Patterson, and many others.

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Have you ever started reading a book and you just couldn't get into it?
Very Blessed Mamma
This book is hard hitting and thought provoking and will challenge every Christian to give an answer for what we believe.
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I'm very excited about this book and the excellent, in depth, yet pithy answers given to these questions.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Very Blessed Mamma on November 1, 2011
Format: Paperback
Have you ever started reading a book and you just couldn't get into it? Have you ever plowed through it anyways and ended up thinking it was one of the best books you have ever read?

That's what happened to me with this book. I started reading it with my children as part of their school, but when we finished the first chapter we were like, huh? What does that even mean? lol

Ya, we were lost. We went on to the next chapter, and we were still lost. So I stopped reading this with my kids. It was above their ability to understand. (Some of it was above my ability too. lol)
I didn't pick this back up for a little while, but I knew I needed to read it so I could write a well informed review.

As I started reading the 3rd chapter, I was like, hey, this is getting easier to understand. As I kept reading on I really started getting into the book. It became a book that I wanted to read.

How Do We Know The Bible Is True is a fantastic book that really helps you understand how to defend your faith and the Bible.

Some questions you will find answered in this book are:

Is the Bible totally without error?
Did the resurrection really happen?
How do we know that the 66 books of the Bible are from God?
Does the Bible contradict itself?
How were people saved before Jesus came?
What is the purpose and meaning of life?
Did miracles really happen?
Was Genesis derived from ancient myths?
How should we interpret the Bible; should Genesis be literal?
Do you have to believe in a young earth to be saved?

Some things that I particularly liked in this book are:

In the book it is stated that we should always use Scripture to interpret Scripture.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Theis on November 21, 2011
Format: Paperback
How do we know the Bible is true?
Are there contradictions in the Bible?
Is there purpose and meaning in life?
Is the age of the Earth a salvation issue?

My 14-year-old son and I have been reading How Do We Know the Bible is True? together since the beginning of the school year. We decided to do this book instead of our regular curriculum.

How Do We Know the Bible is True? is a book of questions and answers by many different authors. Ken Ham and Bodie Hodge are the general editors, and they have done a fantastic job of putting the book together in a logical/sequential fashion. This book speaks to the logical side of my brain, that part of my brain that still longs to do lengthy mathematical proofs. A question is presented, answered/proven, and from then on it is assumed to be true as a basis for answering further questions. This makes complete sense and avoids unnecessary repetition.

Most of the time I read a chapter first, write some study questions, then my son reads it and answers the questions. This works well because I can integrate it right into his SOS curriculum (by creating a custom subject). It also works well because I can see how much he grasps or doesn't grasp. There have been a few times when I haven't had a chance to get it done before he is assigned the book. It is a great reward to hear him say, "Oh Mom, you definitely have to read this chapter. You are going to love it!" (As if I wouldn't be reading it.) Or, "This is my favorite chapter yet!" (Yes, he said that more than once).

Don't get me wrong, it's not an easy read. My 14 year old loves to argue. In an effort to nudge him in the direction of learning debate, I found this book to be an excellent resource for presenting the polite way to argue.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kristen on February 12, 2013
Format: Paperback
How Do We Know the Bible is True? is a compilation of treatises on difficult topics by various authors. It was edited by Ken Ham and Bodie Hodge and published by Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publishing Group.

When I ordered the book, I thought it was going to be a whole book that focused on proving the truth of the Bible. It is in a broad sense, but delves into a variety of different subtopics. Some of the chapter titles include:

Is the Old Testment Reliable?
Did the Physical Resurrection of Christ Really Happen?
Did Moses Write Genesis?
Did Miracles Really Happen?
All of those topics do deal with the broad subject of the authority of Scripture, but explore the arguments for and against the each of the questions.

I found the book interesting, but it wasn't the type of book I can read straight though. (That's part of the reason for the LONG delay in this review.) I think it is particularly helpful in pointing out the reasons someone might disagree with the Bible's authority. I have a rather conservative upcoming and still hold to a literal interpretation of scriptures. (For those that are supposed to be literal anyway. Some of the Bible is obviously figurative language. The question for the ages is which is which.) I do think this book helped me to see some of the arguments for different interpretations and also why I do not agree with them.

I do not think this would be a good book to hand to a non-Christian to prove to them the Bible is true. I'm not sure that actually exists, but this book is definitely written with a believer in mind. It's meant to strengthen existing faith and provide information to help a Christian to defend his faith.
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