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Taking God At His Word: Why the Bible Is…
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Taking God At His Word: Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough,… (original: 2014; edição: 2014)

de Kevin DeYoung

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There isn't really a "go to" book on Scripture. Sure, there are plenty of theological books on Scripture, and lots of popular-level works on how to read Scripture, and more and more books on the whole story line of Scripture. But there is not one book that people turn to for the basics on the Bible. We need a book that college freshmen will read when they have questions, a book that mentors can use and small groups will employ, a book that a Bible class in high school or college might assign. We need a book on the Good Book that is relevant enough to get a hearing, but timeless enough to be read with profit twenty years from now. That's the sort of book popular author, pastor, and blogger Kevin DeYoung has aimed to write. Addressing the issues of our day - questions related to the reliability, authority, and readability of the Bible - DeYoung tackles these head on, but without complex terminology or a long list of footnotes. Taking God at His Word serves as a comprehensive and comprehensible introduction to a classic, orthodox doctrine of Scripture for the average man or woman in the pew, helping Christians across the globe gain confidence that the Bible really is knowable, necessary, and enough.… (mais)
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Título:Taking God At His Word: Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me
Autores:Kevin DeYoung
Informação:Crossway (2014), Hardcover, 144 pages
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Quick and easy read. Love the well-written perspective on the reasonableness of a high view of Scripture. ( )
  mullinstreetzoo | Feb 12, 2021 |
One of my pet peeves is when a book is admittedly "introductory" or "beginner" and the author uses that as an excuse for bad arguments - such is the case here. About 3/4 of this book is perfectly fine, introductory level explanation of the conservative Protestant view of Scripture. However, the argument for inerrancy is packed with all kinds of questionable assumptions. The "Jesus's View of Scripture" section is rife with arguments from silence and psychological counterfactuals. I agree with the conclusions, but the arguments are just inexcusably paltry! The well annotated bibliography at the end is what redeems this book from a 2/5 to a 3/5. ( )
  ZacharyTLawson | Jul 10, 2019 |
Very good discussion of the reliability of God's Word in plain language. Also see DeYoung's message from 2014 Together for the Gospel ( )
  HGButchWalker | Sep 21, 2016 |
Classic DeYoung. He's great at writing on important theological topics in a winsome and clear manner. ( )
  codyacunningham | May 9, 2016 |
This is a very good and readable work on the reliability of Scripture. It does a really nice job of showing how Christ regarded Scripture. ( )
  jimmoz | Feb 17, 2016 |
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There isn't really a "go to" book on Scripture. Sure, there are plenty of theological books on Scripture, and lots of popular-level works on how to read Scripture, and more and more books on the whole story line of Scripture. But there is not one book that people turn to for the basics on the Bible. We need a book that college freshmen will read when they have questions, a book that mentors can use and small groups will employ, a book that a Bible class in high school or college might assign. We need a book on the Good Book that is relevant enough to get a hearing, but timeless enough to be read with profit twenty years from now. That's the sort of book popular author, pastor, and blogger Kevin DeYoung has aimed to write. Addressing the issues of our day - questions related to the reliability, authority, and readability of the Bible - DeYoung tackles these head on, but without complex terminology or a long list of footnotes. Taking God at His Word serves as a comprehensive and comprehensible introduction to a classic, orthodox doctrine of Scripture for the average man or woman in the pew, helping Christians across the globe gain confidence that the Bible really is knowable, necessary, and enough.

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