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"Deny that the Bible is, without any qualifications, the very word of God, and you are left without any ultimate standard of measurement and without any supreme authority." (from the book)

The Bible is the foundation of Christianity. In The Divine Inspiration of the Bible, Arthur Pink sets out to defend the belief that this holy book is, in fact, the true word of God. In doing so he examines the idea of divine inspiration and presents various arguments that aim to prove God Almighty is the author of the Bible.

This book not only examines evidence for the trustworthiness of scripture and what belief in inspiration means but also helps Christians achieve a firmer understanding of the Bible's authority.

Public Domain (P)2014 Blackstone Audiobooks

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  • Ruby Spinner
  • 07-12-20

Still Accurate Today; Eliminates modern garbage

"No one who possesses a copy of the Bible can legitimately plead ignorance of God's will. The Scripture leaves us without excuse."

This remains the truth today, and more so. We have the internet, and, the ability to obtain a FREE copy of Scripture. The historical account of the Irishman, an impoverished laborer, who was willing to buy paper and ink, and use his evenings to copy out the Bible owned by a wealthier man (the only copy in the town) is an outright testimony which should cause me great shame. This comes in chapter 9, near the end of the book. It's worth reading all of it to get to that point.

President T.W. Wilson was in office and is mentioned in this book. Better still is the use of Scripture to back and substantiate the points carefully made. What bits of then-modern references are used, it is in passing, and that makes this a useful work for serious study. Never does the author use historical accounts to prove the point, but to verify secular acknowledgement.

The narrator has a pleasant voice, and a suitable reading is made. He does follow the silly modern convention of saying "One Chronicles..." and such, rather than "First Timothy 3 and verse 16." But this doesn't alter the text. It's just a little irksome, but I am fussy. My opinion is, if you're going to read aloud a sermon, speak exactly as the author would have. when he originally presented the message.

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  • collinbaartman
  • 13-04-17

The Anvil (Bible) that has worn out many hammers.

I have been very blessed and my faith have been renewed in the authority of God's Word; and His promise to keep it.

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  • valerie romero
  • 20-10-20

stand in amazement that we have the scriptures

what a wonderful surprise on my list this year! looking at the broad strokes of scripture, its existence, its preservation... but most importantly, its power as the Word of the One True God!!

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  • Erick R.
  • 28-01-21

Excellent work!!!

Anyone reading this book will be throughly blessed and will grow in knowledge of God

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  • jamaine marshall
  • 14-01-21

Hard on ears

Just the use of one John instead of first John killed me and it’s with every numbered book

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  • sherri
  • 12-01-21

magnificent

All believers and non must listen and apply this truth from the Holy Spirit for peace and mercy for all is free.

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  • Steve Parry
  • 18-11-20

Laborious.

To be fair, the book is very dated. However, if one cut out all of the excess and unnecessary allegories and hyperbole, this would be a one hour production. Furthermore, his logic was weak in many cases and contradictory in a couple. It was a very tough listen, but I survived.

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  • hynek
  • 14-10-20

lifestyle changes

I love this book please read ❤
you will in joy and love the journey