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Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Christian Focus
|Publication Date: 2018|
Christians are Bible people. We believe that God speaks to us through His inspired Word. And yet many Christians and churches dont actually open their Bibles. Josh Moody asks the question: Why should I read the Bible?
Following on from How Church Can Change Your Life, Moody tackles the next great challenge for contemporary Christians: faith in and practice of the Bible, answering 10 of the most common questions about the Bible:
Is the Bible True?
Is the Bible Relevant?
Is the Bible Interesting?
Is the Bible Authoritative?
How Do You Read the Bible?
When Do You Read the Bible?
Does it Matter if We Use the Bible in Church?
Does the Bible Make You Stupid?
Does the Bible Prevent a Tolerant Society?
Both apologetic and devotional, full of theory and of practice, reading How the Bible Can Change Your Life has the feel of a relaxed chat over coffee with an extremely knowledgeable friend who wants you to help you grow. And whos convinced that the means to such growth is every word that comes from the mouth of God. Read it, and then let the Bible change your life.
Moodys book will greatly help a wide range of readersthe beginner, the Biblehungry believer, the confusedand will minister particularly to the brilliant thinker who needs strong but succinct arguments dipped in supernatural realities.The great need of the modern church is confidence in and affection for the Word of God. How the Bible Can Change Your Life is just the book for times like ours.
A powerful blend of penetrating argument and practical application, this is a Godcentred challenge to prevailing contemporary attitudes. It will send you back to the Bible with renewed confidence and fresh expectation.
Josh Moodys book helps bridge the gap between the academy and the ordinary church member. The rare combination of scholar and grassroots minister has resulted in a highly readable book that is nevertheless based on sound scholarship.
Engaging ten of the most common questions related to the Bible in a warm, pastoral, and practical manner, Moody not only points the way for his readers but offers an encouraging and exemplary guide for pastors, teachers, and theologians who also wish to communicate important truths in an effective and understandable way.