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This is a book that is written for the layman, but I confess to getting a bit bogged down in Chapter 5, a discussion of the canon of Scripture. I am confident that this is a problem that can be easily overcome by a slower, more careful reading on my part. Throughout the book, White employs a dialogue technique that proves helpful in most places, but occasionally gets tedious. Chapter 6 provides a good preview of material that most Christians have not read firsthand in their entirety, but may have had to deal with recently because of the popularity of The Da Vinci Code. Though not primarily a rebuttal to that book, it is helpful. Chapter 7 has an excellent imaginary debate between a Christian and a Mormon about text corruption, as well as a transcript of an actual debate between White and a Muslim that was wonderful. White also addressed one of my pet peeves in The Lord Spoke to Me, Saying . . .However, the ending he portrays with George happily agreeing to consider Joshuas points has been a rarity in my experience.
In his conclusion, White reiterates his goal, to stir up a passion in the believer for the Word of God and its sufficiency. He exhorts the reader to continued study, and to a renewed zeal for meditation on the Scriptures. It would be impossible to read this book and not be so moved. -- Pam Glass, Christian Book Previews.com
SeitoBrooklynAge: 35-44Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5ProfoundNovember 6, 2015SeitoBrooklynAge: 35-44Gender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is probably the best book I have ever read on Scripture. James White did a phenominal job of writing a book and not being biased in the least bit. He did a phenominal job of articulating what Scripture says, means and lets Scripture interpret Scripture. I love the way that he broke away from typical academic discourse by using dialogue between Joshua and other characters to "debate" on the topic of Sola Scriptura vs 'insert topic against Sola Scriptura here.' A phenomenal scholarly work that I will be sure to read again. If you don't mind reading a book that is methodical, scholarly and assiduous, then you'll love this book. I highly recommend it.