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How Do You Know The Bible is From God?
by Kyle Butt
How do we know that God wrote the Bible? What makes the Bible different from other books? Does the Bible have errors in it? Where did the Bible come from? Answers to these types of questions can be found in this book for 4th-6th graders. With 13 chapters, professional artwork, charts, and activity pages, this resource is excellent for both Bible class and homeschool instruction.
I have to admit that this book was very welcome to us as we became inadvertently embroiled in Bible translation controversy. We watched with great sadness as it divided members from each other in the body of Christ, dividing the church, and even families. It forced us to study the concept long and hard. We did years of(ongoing) research on both sides of the issue, and even studied some in the original languages, history, grammar, logic, and romance language grammar before coming to our conclusions. Though How do You Know the Bible is From God does not take a stand on either side of the issue, it's a great starting point for the study of translations and God's inerrant Word. If you've never heard of the translations controversy, I can guarantee you that you will, and I can just about guarantee that it won't be pretty. This will prepare you to begin your education on the matter. I can also guarantee you that your children need to know the truth of the inerrancy of the Bible they hold in their hands, because this controversy has the potential to shake their faith. Don't neglect this study! If anyone has further concerns on this matter, we'd be happy to discuss it further via email. We've even created a study for our own children for the purpose of educating them. This study is not for sale, but we'd be glad to email it to you if it would serve you. I must also state up front that we absolutely refuse to become involved in ugly arguments. If you are asking because you are seeking, we're happy to help. If you're asking to start an argument, we're not interested. Our whole desire is to help homeschool families, to strengthen and equip them, and to glorify God in the purpose. We will avoid arguments at all cost.
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