The Oracles of God... Or the Words of Men?: What Is Your Attitude Toward the Living Word?

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Tate Publishing, 2010 - Religion - 276 pages
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Why don't people believe the Bible like they used to? Do Christians themselves truly believe the Bible? Is the Word part true, part superstition? Is it fair to claim that the Bible is superior to other sacred writings? Curtis Pillsbury has encountered these controversial questions and more and has set out to answer them using biblical proof and personal experiences. If you have ever questioned Christianity, fear not. Curtis himself has battled similar doubts and has spent over twenty years disproving the myths. You will never again wonder, is the Bible The Oracles of God or the Words of Men? In a day in which postmodernism and humanism seek to dissolve absolute truth, Curtis Pillsbury has given us a tool to create a Christian worldview. The Oracles of God or the Words of Men? is a tool to combat New Age mumbo-jumbo and establish God's Word as an anchor for transformation and productivity. Curtis's work will help you wade through the minutia of philosophies combating real truth. Read this book as a key to your freedom. —Ron McIntosh, President of Ron McIntosh Ministries, Executive Director of Victory Bible Institute The Oracles of God or the Words of Men? will help secure for you a strong foundation in the Word of God and will strengthen your faith in the fact that God's Word is your final authority. With this revelation you can stand in the midst of any trial or temptation. This book will keep you in love with Jesus and his Word. —Terry Nance, author of God's Armorbearers

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Whats Your Attitude toward the Living Word?

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