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The Signature of God: Conclusive Proof That Every Teaching, Every Command, Every Promise in the Bible Is Trueby Grant R. Jeffrey
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YOU CAN BELIEVE THE BIBLE.
WITHOUT ANY DOUBT.
As American society becomes more secularized, Christians need to know all the facts about the Bible. Dr. Grant R. Jeffrey has spent decades researching history, science, archaeology, medicine, and prophecy--finding that each discipline confirms the truth of Scripture. This revised and updated edition of The Signature of God proves that the Bible is not only accurate in its spiritual claims, but is completely reliable as well on matters of origins, medicine, history, and science.
Historians of the ancient world--as well as recent archaeological finds--confirm the names of kings and kingdoms, and the dates of wars and mass migrations mentioned in the Bible. Recent breakthroughs in astronomy, physics, and medical science have shown that God's Word accurately described the universe and the processes of human life before scientific research caught up. And hundreds of fulfilled prophecies show that God revealed the future to his prophets in order to undergird the faith of his people.
No matter how loudly the skeptics argue against Christian faith, only one conclusion makes sense: the Bible is God-breathed. You can believe every word, every claim, every prophecy, and every miracle. With no doubts.
About the Author
Dr. Grant Jeffrey is an internationally known prophecy expert and author of Shadow Government, Countdown to the Apocalypse, and more than twenty other best-selling books. He is also the editor of the Marked Reference Prophecy Study Bible. His popular television program, Bible Prophecy Revealed, airs weekly on TBN. Dr. Jeffrey earned his master's and doctorate degrees from Louisiana Baptist University. He and his wife, Kaye, live in Toronto, where they serve in full-time ministry.
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