The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible
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Robert J. Hutchinson, a veteran religion writer, studied philosophy as an undergraduate, moved to Israel to study Hebrew, and earned an M.A. in biblical studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. He writes frequently on the intersection of religion and popular culture.
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Regnery Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 9.00 X 7.25 (inches)
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Series: Politically Incorrect Guides
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*Recent archaeological discoveries confirm the historical accuracy of many Bible stories
*The Bible made modern science possible (which is why it started in the Middle Ages)
*Biblical laws paved the way for democracy and limited government
*The Bible promotes human freedom
*The enemies of the Bible are enemies of true reason and tolerance
In this new installment in the bestselling P.I.G. series, Hutchinson silences the secularists and atheists with historical evidence, undeniable facts, and insightful revelations--proving why the Bible is still the bestselling book of all time--and so much more.
fancy stitcherKansasAge: Over 65Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5Good title, big disappointmentSeptember 16, 2013fancy stitcherKansasAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 2Value: 2Meets Expectations: 1After reading Chapter 6, I could not finish this book. The author indicated that although science was made possible by Christianity, science and theology should be kept separate to avoid all the creation/evolution debates that are prevalent today. Oh really, and just how do you do that? In science we are studying everything God has created. Although many scientists do try to remove God from science, the basic question always remains: how can creation happen without a creator? How can something come from nothing? The price of inclusiveness in my opinion is a watered-down "Christianity" that bows at the altar of popular opinion and rests on a foundation of shifting theology without the bedrock of sound doctrine.
Don kAge: Over 65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5September 12, 2011Don kAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This book covers all the different sides of the argument quite well. Ending up with a good conservative answer to the same.
He does such a good job arguing the liberal and paigen side that as I was reading it I wondered what side the auther was on until the end of each chapter.
BJ Hoover5 Stars Out Of 5March 15, 2008BJ HooverA book every Christian should read. Brings one up to date on a lot of the negative press and lies being told about the Bible, Christianity and how civilization developed. Points out inconsistencies, rumors, and outright lies used as "fact" by the liberal press, atheistic authors and those who seek to undermine the truth of the Bible and it's incredible impact on history. It's a quick read, entertaining and eye opening. I highly recommend it.