Read Taking God at His Word: Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me Online Free - The Bible stands at the heart of the Christian faith, but people disagree about its nature and authority. Can we trust the Bible completely? Is it sufficient for our complicated lives? Can we really know what it teaches? And isn't it more important to focus on Jesus instead of the Bible?
With his characteristic wit and clarity, Kevin DeYoung has written an accessible introduction to the Bible that answers important questions raised by Christians and non-Christians alike. This book will help readers understand what the Bible says about itself and the key characteristics that contribute to its lasting significance. Avoiding technical jargon, this winsome volume will encourage men and women to read and believe the Bible--confident that it truly is God's word.
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|Title||:||Taking God at His Word: Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me|
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August 11, 2016
Great stuff, no complaints. I always profit from DeYoung. He succeeded in showing, from the Bible, that the Bible is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough.
He gets three stars only because I'm grading him against his own high standards. He's an expert popularizer, gifted to humbly and memorably teach th...
May 19, 2016
Clear and helpful, written for non-theologians to be able to understand. I feel like I have a stronger faith in the Bible now, and exactly what it says, translation aside. If you want to strengthen your faith in the Bible and why we put our whole trust in it, read this book!
March 26, 2014
Kevin DeYoung is easily one of my favorite writers to read. Since his book with Ted Kluck, “Why We’re Not Emergent,” I’ve enjoyed basically everything he’s written. With his newest, “Taking God at His Word,” DeYoung sets out to rebuild confidence in and love for the Bible, the Word of God, in a w...
January 03, 2015
An excellent little book, not scholarly, but a solid starting place for Christians on one of the most important battlefields of our day. We need to get back to Scripture, and *really* believe in the sufficiency, inerrancy, and perspicuity of the Word of God.
August 01, 2017
This is a brief, but well-written defense of a high view of Scripture. He doesn't use the term innerrancy often, maybe only a couple of times. The subtitle of the book is a very good summation of his purpose in writing the book.
The Bible has come under increasing attack over the last two hundred...
October 04, 2014
THIS is the book that I have been looking for to have my teenagers read in order to bolster a Biblical worldview regarding the sufficiency of Scripture. Charming, yet easy to read and follow, with examples that bring deep understanding to an otherwise potentially heady subject, Kevin DeYoung's wr...
April 05, 2014
What a wonderful providence of God that Kevin DeYoung's newest book, "Taking God at His Word: Why the Bible is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough and What That Means for You and Me" would be published right now. With the attempt to redefine what marriage is, what sex is and for whom, and various att...
March 19, 2014
Kevin DeYoung is one of my favorite authors and his works prove themselves time and again to be immensely approachable but not light. He covers topics with a striking balance of depth and clarity and I am time and again blessed by his work, be it published books, blog articles, or sermons and lec...
February 26, 2018
This is a very short, but a very profound book. It basically is a heartfelt study on what the Bible speaks about itself. We all know these truths, but the author goes deep into opening our hidden attitudes towards the Bible. For example, we might say it's authoritative, but deep down in our heart...
October 20, 2016
Wonderful book on the importance and value of Scripture! Starting out with Psalm 119 – a love poem on the vast beauty and delight of Scripture – the author takes us through why the Bible is important and valuable for us. It is sufficient – containing all we need for faith and living. It is necess...