Monday, September 2, 2013

Book review: Hank Hanegraaff : "Has God Spoken?"

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 and transformational to our lives. He uses manuscript evidence, archeology, predictive prophecy, and much more to memorably demonstrate that the Bible is divine rather than merely human in origin. 

Hank uses acronyms a lot and I found that a lot of the words he says are hard to understand for the average mind. You'll need a dictionary to look up words almost immediately. It's a struggle to get through a lot of this book I'll be honest. It's nice for a reference but I'm not going through all of this reading it again. It's difficult and it's time consuming to look up the words. Your average person doesn't talk like this and most likely doesn't know anywhere near what he's saying. You need a lot of spare time to get through it. I don't recommend this book because it's just too much to consume and take in. 

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