So why should I spend my time studying an old dead book?
Good question and one I used to ask myself all of the time. I wanted to find out what this book actually had in it. I had preconceived notions of what I though would be in the Bible. I had no idea of where my search would go and what I would find in the process.
As you begin the process of exploring this book, you will find it is much more than just a book. The Bible we study today has 66 books in it written by 40 different authors over a period of time in excess of 1,500 years.
It is a story of a people, but it is also the revealing of a plan that comes from an extra terrestrial source. No, not UFO’s or ancient aliens, but from God.
But telling you more will give away the things you will learn. I will warn you though…once you start, you will never again be the same as you were. The Bible is UnSafe. As you study it, the words in it begin to eat on you, they will change you, the way you think and your entire worldview.
There is more to being a Christian, a believer in Jesus Christ, than just going to church once a week. That’s important, but if you do not take the next step of studying the Bible, you will find yourself slowly starving to death from a spiritual perspective.
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