Why Read the Bible? Paperback
A Little Book of Guidance
by Tom Wright;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Tom Wright unpacks the contents of the Bible for all who are curious about how God's voice can be heard
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Why Read the Bible?
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The Bible is a big book full of big stories with big characters. They have big ideas (not least about themselves) and make big mistakes. It's about God and greed and about grace. It's about life, lust, laughter and loneliness.
It's book full of births, beginnings and betrayals. There are stories about siblings, squabbles and sex. There are serious lessons to be found there about power and prayer, prison and passion. And that's only Genesis.
Tom Wright unpacks the contents of the Bible and explains the source and meaning of its inspiration, impact and authority. 'Why Read The Bible?' is a book for all who are curious about how God's voice can be heard today.
Intended for people looking for answers to life's biggest questions, this book in the 'Little Book of Guidance' series will appeal to anyone, whether believer or non-believer, looking for a quick and easy way into the topic.
Why Read the Bible? by Tom Wright was published by SPCK Publishing in March 2015 and is our 18247th best seller. The ISBN for Why Read the Bible? is 9780281073269.
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|Author / Artist||Tom Wright|
|Publisher||SPCK Publishing (March 2015)|
|Number of Pages||48|
|Page last updated||9th June 2017|