New Book Release: Simply Scripture

Are you looking to better understand the Bible?

If so, Simply Scripture is a logical choice for your next read.

I put this book together after years of research into the many texts and teachings of the Bible. What I came to understand is that most believers–even those who have studied Scripture for years–have never been properly introduced to many aspects of God’s word. There is truly a vast ocean of issues surrounding the Bible, and some of them are vital in developing a deeper faith and appreciation for the only collection of books that the true God has given to the world.

Why were the books of the Bible chosen? What others were excluded, and why? How many authors were involved, and just how involved were they? Why were the books of the Bible put in that order? Why do we believe that God participated in the writing process of Scripture and its overall formation? Why did they even write the books of the Bible to begin with? What is so special about this collection of books when millions of others now exist? What is with all the translations? There are so many other questions we could ask about the nature of the Bible itself, and nearly all of these are preliminary issues. Put another way, they exist separately—for the most part—from the content of Scripture itself.

In Simply Scripture, I answer all these questions and many more. My sincere prayer is that this text will be a valuable asset in your journey of faith, and that it will provide you with the tools to better understand the greatest book in all the world–the Bible!

You can grab the paperback version here, and the eBook version by clicking here.

God bless!

Author: Brian M. Rossiter

I am a Christian teacher, author, and lecturer. Most importantly, I am a truth-seeker. My research has led me to both believe in and defend the veracity of the Bible, evaluating my own personal views in light of its teachings along the way. In addition to my blogs, I have written several books: "The Death Myth," "God Made the Aliens," "Spiritual Things," and most recently, "Missing Verses: 15 Beliefs the Bible Doesn't Teach." My hope in these endeavors is to give skeptics reasons to believe, to strengthen the faith of those who already do, and to challenge each of us to truly evaluate our own worldviews.

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