Nothing But the Truth
by Brian H. Edwards
Trade Paperback: 512 pages
Publisher: Evangelical Press
Released: 1993; March 2006
Source: Bought from a store.
Book Description, Modified from Christianbook.com:
Edwards sets out to describe the history, authority, and accuracy of the Bible in plain, straightforward language designed for the non-expert. Fully revised and updated, Nothing But the Truth covers a wide range of vital issues including "Who are the critics of the Bible and what are they saying?", "What is meant by 'inspiration'?", "How can we properly understand the Bible?", "When was it written and how did our English Bible come to us?", "Where does archaeology reveal Bible accuracy?", and "What about those supposed errors and contradictions?"
Nothing But the Truth examines how the Bible came to be and various ways we can know the Bible is accurate. This book was written in an easy-to-follow style and is well-researched. It provided in-depth answers on the various topics without getting exhaustive with the amount of information presented. If you're curious about these aspects of the Bible or want to learn how to respond to critics of the Bible, this would be a good book to read. I'd recommend it to every Christian. However, there are thinner books--like "More Than a Carpenter"--for those only wanting an introduction to the topic.
If you've read this book, what do you think about it? I'd be honored if you wrote your own opinion of the book in the comments.