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Has God Spoken? Proof of the Bible's Divine Inspiration
By Hank Hanegraaff
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 10/26 boylescs02 wrote: Has God Spoken?: Proof of the Bible's Divine InspirationBy: Hank HanegraaffThis book is a work of apologetics and read as such, filled with stories of those opposed to God and the argument that God exists. The book is written on a highly intellectual realm, and reads as a seminary text. Some of the ... Has God Spoken?: Book Review
On 10/25 IONNES wrote: In the book Has God Spoken Hank Hanagraaff tries to make the point that the Bible is a reliable, historical document. That it can be trusted as the Word of God. The book itself is 400 pages of arguments and notes to that point. And in many cases Hank does a fine job backing up his positions. There ... Has God Spoken? Yes He has
On 10/25 Don McGarvey wrote: Review for “Has God Spoken? Proof of the Bible’s Divine Inspiration” by Hank Hanegraaff, published by Thomas Nelson It was a great privilege extended to me by the folks at Thomas Nelson, Book Sneeze, to receive this book and to review it. I should simply start off by emphatically saying that ... Review of "Has God Spoken?"
On 10/25 Doug Hibbard wrote: I spend a great deal of time trying to help people see that the Bible is a trustworthy book. In fact, my effort is to persuade more than mere trustworthiness, but to show that the Bible can be trusted as divinely inspired and without any error. It's a discussion that comes up with people in church, out ... BookTuesday: Has God Spoken?
On 10/24 Amber Haugen wrote: Has God Spoken is a detailed review of the evidence supporting the authenticity of the Bible. Hank Hanegraaff skillfully presents differing types of evidence to expound upon the accuracy of scripture. The book is laid out in a simple structure comprised of 4 acronyms: Manuscript COPIES, Archeological ... Interesting Information
On 10/24 Leanna wrote: Whether you have doubts on if the Bible is true and divinely inspired, or simply want to learn more about the history of the Bible, then “Has God Spoken? Proof of the Bible’s Divine Inspiration” by Hank Hanegraaf is a great book for you. The author uses acronyms throughout the book as a way to ... Has God Spoken?
On 10/21 Light-at-heart wrote: This book reads like a college text-book. Long, detailed, a bit slanted toward the author’s own beliefs and the wording seems to be aimed at professors not mere students. The book is rich with information to prove the validity of the Bible, uses multiple acronyms to remember the major and minor points ... Has God Spoken? by Hank Hanegraaff
On 10/18 TheSpiritedNerd wrote: Has God Spoken?: Proof of the Bible’s Divine Inspiration Author: Hank Hanegraaff Publisher: Thomas Nelson This was a difficult read. Not because of its content, but because of its length. It begins as an exciting exploration into the deep that is Bible histology, but evolves into an act of repetition ... Book Review: Has God Spoken?
On 10/18 Marty Eng wrote: I had the opportunity to review Has God Spoken by Hank Hanegraaf for Booksneeze. I did not realize that this was the third in a series. However, this book can stand on its own and one does not need to read the other two to grasp this one. I must say that I approached this book with much anticipation. ... Has God Spoken - Yes He Has
On 10/17 Craig T. Owens wrote: The Bible has quite a bit to say about apologetics –- defending what you believe. Paul tells Christians to study God’s Word so that we won’t be ashamed of it, and Peter tells Christians to always be prepared to answer anyone who questions our faith in Christ. But how do we know the Bible is true? ... An apologetic treasure-trove