Ex-Christians and Bible Study

June 18, 2009 at 7:26 PM

Two of my newest books are hot off the press and they are both topics that are near and dear to my heart.  “The Anti-Supernatural Bias of Ex-Christians” is a look into the world of those who state unequivocally that they are were in fact committed Christian.  Now however, they have not only turned their back on Christianity, but have become atheists in many cases as well!  How does this happen?  This book explores the process and takes some time to review John W. Loftus’ book on how he left the faith.

My other book titled “Interpreting the Bible Literally (Is Not as Confusing as It Sounds)” and deals with interpreting Scripture.  Is there more than one way to do that?  There are certainly conflicting opinions, but surely there cannot be more than one meaning to God’s Word.  This book details the use of a hermeneutic that provides consistent results all the way through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, including prophetic areas of Scripture.

In this day and age, it is more important than ever for Christians to know what is going on in the world.  Are we living in the time of the “great apostasy” when droves of people who considered themselves to be Christians, simply walk away from Christianity?

Can we know for sure that God has one intended meaning throughout Scripture?  If so, there must be a way for us to determine HIS meaning, for HIS Word.  It should not be left up to chance and it certainly should not be left up to the whims of allegory.

For more information on ordering the two books shown here (or any of the upcoming books), please check out our site at:  http://www.studygrowknow.com

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