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Has God Spoken? Proof of the Bible's Divine Inspiration
By Hank Hanegraaff
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 9/2 Doreen wrote: I already own several books by Hank Hanegraaff and was anxious to read this one. This book is nearly 400 pages long with the last 100 pages or so filled with Notes, Bibliography and a Subject Index. Has God Spoken? demonstrates that God has indeed spoken. We CAN trust the Bible, it's trustworthy, true ... Has God Spoken?
On 1/11 dbright75 wrote: The book, Has God Spoken? By Hank Hanegraaff has the subtitle, Proof of the Bible's Divine Inspiration. The purpose of the book is to provide reasons one can trust the Bible to be the Word of God. To do this, Hanegraaff breaks his book in to four parts or MAPS. Part one deals with "Manuscripts C-O-P-I-E-S", ... Book Review: Has God Spoken?
On 12/26 kevinjthompson wrote: As I child I have found memories of listening to the Bible Answer Man radio broadcast. Each day Hank Hannegraaff would answer questions from callers featuring a broad spectrum of Biblical issues. I even called in myself a few times. So, when given the opportunity to review this book, I jumped at the ... A Helpful Apologetic Tool
On 9/27 Pastor Hoppe wrote: Has God spoken? It is not only the title of Hank Hanegraaff’s (the Bible Answer Man) 2011 book but also an important question for all humanity. We live in an age in which the most common answer to this question might be "No." Certainly at the very least most people would question whether he has ... Has God Spoken? Hank Hanegraaff–Book Review
On 8/28 Daniel Harding wrote: In, Has God Spoken, Hank Hanegraaff writes what he defines as "Proof of the Bible's Divine Inspiration." It is a great scholastic book. Hanegraaf uses an acrostic to set the tone from the beginning and stays believable while staying true to his acrostics. In fact, there is a total of five acrostics that ... It works, but leaves you a little empty
On 8/21 Ian Strauss wrote: Has God Spoken by Hank Hanegraaff is his final book in a series meant to address questions that Christians face regarding the Bible. It is laid out with the acronym MAPS to assist the reader in assimilating the massive amount of information that Hank offers the reader.This book is thick and meaty ... Has God Spoken by Hank Hanegraaff
On 8/6 Christie Albaugh wrote: versus 3.0 out of 5 stars Has God Spoken by Hank Hanegraaff This will be a short review. This book has mostly received positive reviews, and I guess I'm somewhere in there as well. I think I was forcing myself to get through it because I'm burned out on reading, so that might have something to do with ... Has God Spoken by Hank Hanegraaff
On 4/3 ReadyToReason wrote: “Bible Answer Man” Hank Haanegraff promises on the cover of his book Has God Spoken?(Thomas Nelson, 2011) to deliver “proof of the Bible’s divine inspiration.” While I certainly believe that the Bible is inspired, I was slightly skeptical of the claim. Hanegraaff goes through many of the objections ... Has God Spoken? by Hank Hanegraaff
On 3/25 ashertopia wrote: Seldom has a more timely book come across my desk at a more opportune time as this one did! One thing that Hanegraaff does that can turn some off on his radio show is that he sometimes speaks over the head of his callers. A failure at times to lower his vocabulary to the level of his audience. I’m ... Has God Spoken? by Hank Hanegraaff
On 2/15 Breanne wrote: Has God Spoken by Hank HanegraaffThe book takes a look at some of the common challenges that question the divine message of the Bible. Hank looks at the four areas of questions regarding the manuscript, archeology, prophecy, and how to read the Bible faithfully and how to listen to the stories as they ... Has God Spoken by Hank Hanegraaff