If the story of God's creation and interaction with the world is contained in the Bible that Christians read from every day, it's highly important that the book be trustworthy in what it communicates. The Bible is a unique book in the way that it's structured and the extraordinarily odd events that it records, all while claiming these things really happened. Christians and non-Christians have often debated the Bible's authenticity as God's word, and a new book by Barry Cooper seeks to offer the most compelling arguments for the Bible's validity in a clear and concise manner.
CAN I REALLY TRUST THE BIBLE is a small book that packs a lot of information about what it means for the Bible to be God's word. He tests the Bible's own claims about itself before testing the ways in which it rings true with the way reality is. While the Bible is unique, Cooper shows it to be a trustworthy guide on our journey of communicating with God. It records what is true of God and what God envisions for mankind.
The book can be read quickly, so if you're looking for a quick resource on the Bible's validity, this book is it.
Review copy provided by Cross Focused Reviews