Has God Spoken Hardback
Proof of the Bibles Divine Inspiration
by Hank Hanegraaff;
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Has God Spoken
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Can You Ever Know For Sure?
Join best-selling author Hank Hanegraaff for a stirring defense of the Bible as the Word of God and your only reliable foundation for life. In answering the riveting question, "Has God spoken?", Hanegraaff uses manuscript evidence, archeology, predictive prophecy, and much more to memorably demonstrate that the Bible is divine rather than merely human in origin.
Hanegraaff demolishes modern objections to Scripture, such as:
There are more mistakes in manuscript copies of the Bible than there are words in the New Testament.
The biblical account of King David is no more factual than tales of King Arthur--there simply is no evidence in archeology or history for Israel's quintessential king.
Contemporary prophets are proven 100 percent wrong, 100 percent of the time, and biblical prophets are just as unreliable.
Has God Spoken? joins its predecessors--The Face That Demonstrates the Farce of Evolution and Resurrection--as Hanegraaff's final book in a trilogy that provides complete and compelling answers to the most critical issues facing Christians today.
Has God Spoken by Hank Hanegraaff was published by Thomas Nelson in September 2010 and is our 9204th best seller. The ISBN for Has God Spoken is 9780849919701.
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|Page last updated||24th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Hank Hanegraaff|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (September 2010)|
|Number of Pages||382|