Section One: The Nature of Scripture
Introduction: A Disturbing, Wonderful, Perplexing, and Inspiring Book
One: What the Bible Is Not
Two: A Biblical Geography and Timeline
The Old Testament
Three: The Old Testament in Fifteen Minutes
Four: Who Wrote the Old Testament, When, and Why
Five: Which Books Made It Into the Old Testament and Why
Six: Jesus and the Old Testament
Seven: Prophecy, the Old Testament, and the Early Church
The New Testament
Eight: The New Testament in Fifteen Minutes
Nine: Reading Someone Else’s Letters
Ten: Who Really Wrote Paul’s Letters?
Eleven: How, When, and Why the Gospels Were Written
Twelve: The Perplexing, Puzzling, and Profound John
Thirteen: Which Books Made It into the New Testament and Why
Questions About the Nature of Scripture
Fourteen: Is the Bible Inspired?
Fifteen: Is the Bible the Word of God?
Sixteen: How Does God Speak to and Through Us?
Seventeen: Is the Bible Inerrant and Infallible?
Eighteen: A High View of Scripture?
Section Two: Making Sense of the Bible’s Challenging Passages
Nineteen: Science, the Bible, and the Creation Stories
Twenty: Were Adam and Eve Real People?
Twenty-One: Were There Dinosaurs on the Ark?
Twenty-Two: God’s Violence in the Old Testament
Twenty-Three: Suffering, Divine Providence, and the Bible
Twenty-Four: Can We Trust the Gospel Accounts of Jesus?
Twenty-Five: Did Jesus Really Say That?
Twenty-Six: “No One Comes to the Father Except Through Me”?
Twenty-Seven: Women Need Not Apply
Twenty-Eight: Is It Okay to Get a Tattoo?
Twenty-Nine: Homosexuality and the Bible
Thirty: Making Sense of the Book of Revelation
Thirty-One: Toward an Honest and Reverent View of Scripture
Thirty-Two: Postscript: Reading the Bible for All Its Worth
About the Author
Also by Adam Hamilton
About the Publisher
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