Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Scripture Cannot Be Broken, Edited by John MacArthur

*I received a complimentary copy of this book from Crossway in exchange for my honest review.

The doctrine of inerrancy is not something that you will find discussed often in a "coffee house" Christianity setting. Most likely conversations will revolve around love, living a life of purpose, and forgiveness.

However, inerrancy is so important when it comes to Scripture that it should be discussed and understood as much as possible.

From the very beginning, "Did God say...?" has been used for centuries to try and get Christians to neglect the Word of God or water it down for a more soul-calming teaching.

Sadly, this has caused many to accept teachings that not Biblical or godly. This book goes into the historical and present-day value of why inerrancy is so critical to one's theology.

If the very foundation of Christianity is chipped away at piece by piece eventually it was fail. By minimizing the value of inerrancy many churches have stripped away the power of the Word of God. By affirming over and over that the historical position of Christianity is that the Bible is God's words in written form, Christian can have confidence that they are obeying and living what God would have them do.

This book will be a great buttress for those who want solid help in knowing that Scripture is God-breathed and that ALL of Scripture is thus.

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