By Dr. Peter S. Ruckman

There are over 23 million books within the Library of Congress. One stands proud specially others. it's the approved King James Bible. here's a ebook, the Holy Bible, written by means of 40 male authors, writing from 3 continents, via a interval of greater than 1,800 years, and it screens a mathematical miracle, facing ancient occasions, that no laptop may perhaps demonstrate. What specific quirk of perverted good judgment might lead any "modern guy" to miss one of these e-book? along this e-book, the Holy Bible, all different "holy writings" are only affordable, shallow, superficial, non secular nonsense. a guy is a deluded idiot to guess opposed to the Book.
-Using background and prophecy, Dr. Ruckman exhibits how the Holy Bible surpasses all different so-called “sacred books” and human philosophies from the first actual verse.
-The mathematical phenomena mentioned during this paintings have by no means been duplicated by way of any writer, any scientist, or any computing device in six millennia.

About the author:
Dr. Peter S. Ruckman bought his Bachelor of Arts measure from the collage of Alabama and entire his formal schooling with six years of teaching at Bob Jones college (four complete years and speeded up summer time sessions), finishing specifications for the grasp of Arts and health care professional of Philosophy degree.
Reading at a cost of 7 hundred phrases consistent with minute, Dr. Ruckman had controlled to examine 6,500 books ahead of receiving his doctorate, and he nonetheless reads an ordinary of a publication every one day.
Dr. Ruckman stands for absolutely the authority of the licensed model and provides no apology to any famous student at any place for his stand. as well as preaching the gospel and instructing the Bible, Dr. Ruckman has produced a accomplished choice of apologetic and polemic literature and assets aiding the authority of the approved model of the Holy Scriptures.

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Well, not actually. I use the epithet as a hyper­ bole. What I meant, technically, was they were block­ heads when it came to knowing me or understanding me or, as far as that goes, understanding ANYTHING you are now writing (Gen. 1-12). But during your lifetime, they aren’t going to get in your way. Later (Dan. 2, 7; Zech. 12-14; Rev. ’ I just gave Japheth a break on material things; you know, communications, transportation, inventions, and all of that carnal paraphernalia. Japheth is going to be your ‘elder brother,’ but I ’m giving the spiritual blessings to Shem.

3:10). I ’ve got teenaged farmers down there who have more callouses on their hands in a year than that loafing sluggard had on his hands in twenty years. I'm going to beget a Son, and since He will be Son of a King (Dan. 4:37), I ’ll make Him a King, and He can get Himself a throne (Heb. 1:8) and a kingdom (Luke 19:12). But come to think of it, if all He inherited was my kingdom (Dan. 7:27), it would be just a kingdom of God. ), and He ought to get a m an’s throne on this earth (Luke 1:32-33), so I ’ll make Him ‘K in g ’ of your people: “THE JEW S” (Matt.

M an’s belief in M aterialism or Pantheism. God was separate from his creation, and preceded it. There went Spinoza, Descartes, Animism, Hinduism, Will­ iam James, John Dewey, Bertrand Russell, and the “Space Age” scientists. 3. M an’s belief in Atheism. The word “God” was in the verse. There went M. M. O ’Hair and the Na­ tional Association for the Advancement of Atheism, along with Voltaire, Rousseau, Bertrand Russell, Bob Ingersoll, and every other fool (see Psa. 14:1 for the word I used; I didn’t originate it).

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