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In Making Sense of the Bible, Adam Hamilton invites us into an honest conversation about the Bible. The book begins with foundational questions such as, How and when was the Bible written? Who decided which books made it into the scriptures and why? How literally must we read it? And, Is the Bible ever wrong?
From there, Hamilton considers the real questions people frequently ask that continue to divide Christians and denominations alike, including:
In approachable and inviting language, Hamilton addresses these often misunderstood biblical themes leading readers to a deeper appreciation of the Bible so that we might hear God speak through it and find its words to be life-changing and life-giving.
Answers some hard questions that I had about different things in the Bible.Published 11 hours ago by Linda Bruner
An excellent book to get you thinking. Many will not agree with some of the premises but my main complaint is that the book stops short in some instances. Read morePublished 5 days ago by R. W. Wilson
A logical balanced view of a logically defendable balanced path between what is written in the Bible and current science and archaeology that enhances the value of both.Published 6 days ago by Richard Peter von Rahden
I purchased the book for a study series in Sunday School. We are using a study guide and video as well. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ric Anderson
Very informative. I really enjoyed this book and have recommended it to others.Published 7 days ago by bc
The author approaches Scripture from a skeptical point of view. He presumes the priority of reason and experience. Read morePublished 11 days ago by P. Buck
I really liked this book. I didn't always agree with Adam Hamilton, but I think I understand God and His Word better because of it.Published 14 days ago by Margaret Lamb