Challenged by her friends and later as a student by theological staff, Amy Orr-Ewing was determined to leave no stone unturned in her eagerness to prove that the Bible was unique and wholly reliable. Her passion drove her to complete an in-depth study of the answers to ten of the most frequently raised objections she encountered, including:
- Are the original manuscripts reliable?
- What about other holy books?
- What about all the wars?
- How can I know?
This fascinating study is full of human interest, not least when Amy's father, banned as a child from going to church, cries out 'Lord I believe; help my unbelief', and becomes a true Christian. As Amy says, 'God does not merely write a message about himself in the sky, or send down a book of wisdom - he actually comes to earth and makes himself personally knowable to human beings.'