Has God Spoken -Hank Hanegraaff
Title: Has God Spoken?
Author: Hank Hanegraaff
Publisher: Thomas Nelson (August 30, 2011)
Has God spoken?
The answer is… In this book.
Hank Hanegraaff’s book is out to prove to skeptics and atheist that the Bible is the work and words of God. There are 4 main points in this book spelled out in an acronym Manuscripts, Archaeology, Prophecy, Statistic. Are today's bibles the truth or have they been twisted and changed over the centuries? Is there physical proof? The prophecies, were they accurate? The importance of proper biblical interpretation.
Has God spoken is easy to understand. It’s Hank Hanegraff’s use of acronyms that makes it comprehensible. I enjoyed this book and set it on my read again shelf, even though Hank Hanegraff got his point across he first time.
At first glance I thought the book would be long and boring. It was in fact the complete opposite. I found it to be intriguing and kept me turning the pages. I always liked to think I had a good grasp on the Bible, but I never really knew how to respond when someone questioned biblical stories. I know how to respond now. MAPS (One of Hank Hanegraaf’s acronyms) taught me. .
I really enjoyed the biblical archeology in this book. I am a huge fan of the Naked Archaeologist so this is a topic I am huge on. I think Mr. Hanegraff did a great job pointing out the physical proof of bible stories. This book was well researched and well written.
I would recommend this book to people who are new Christian’s, those who question, and believers alike. I think just about anyone who reads it would find it interesting and captivating just like I did.
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