Did God Really Say That?: God's Word is true from the beginning (DGRST-Eng)

· The Bible and Apologetics Book 4 · Word to the World Ministries
4.9
11 reviews
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191
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This book proclaims that the Bible is God's Word and gives an account of real, historical events. The book describes Special Creation as the true origins of all matter and life, that God created the universe, not time and chance. As Creator, God alone has the right to give commandments and judge us. God’s original plan changed because of our sinful ways, so God sent His Son, Jesus, who has already come as Savior. Jesus will return to conquer Satan and all our enemies. All who accept Him as our Redeemer will abide with the Conqueror forever.

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4.9
11 reviews
Andy Febrico Bintoro
February 6, 2022
apologetic series, but if you read other books in the series, then there are many similarities between the books.
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Errolla Vinodkumar
January 10, 2020
excellent
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Anil Das
October 19, 2020
AAA
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About the author

Harold Lerch is a retired professional engineer. Lerch accepts the view that the Bible is God's Word and gives an account of real, historical events including that Special Creation is the true origin of all matter and life. Word to the World Ministries is an outreach ministry of Harold Lerch to provide complimentary Christian materials in over sixty languages. Lerch and his wife, Jeanne, have two children, eight grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. They live near Middleburg, Pennsylvania, USA.

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